My wife is currently on H4 and planning for admission in college i.e. F1. Her H4 is expiring on NOV/2013. What are the best ways for her to get stamped on F1 ? (I know stamping on F1 is not required as long as she stays in US, but if she has any plans to visit home country.)
1) Do she need to visit home country to get F1 stamped ?
2) Can she visit Canada/Mexico to get her F1 stamped?
3) Are there any foreseen consequences ?
4) If possible, please suggest me the best place that she can go for her F1 stamping where there are more chances of getting F1 stamped without any issues..
She would need to make an appointment at the U.S. Consulate for the F-1 Stamp. Keep in mind if they do not believe she intends on returning to her home country after expiration of the F-1, they could deny her entry to the U.S.
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1) Home country
2) Not recommended
3) Could be rejected
4) Home country or country where the last degree was awarded
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The best way is for her to apply for the F-1 visa stamp in her home country.
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