I was working for company A last year and have visa stamped from india till 30th September 2015.
Now I work for company B and my approval is til 2017.
If I go to india for 3 weeks vacation in September and come back on 27th sep 2015 ( before company' A's visa stamped 30th sep 2015). Do I need to get visa stamped ??
Will be back 3 days before.
Also, What all docs are required while I am coming back to usa like approval notice etc.I have H1B visa from company A stamped till 30th sep 2015 and from company B (not stamped) till 2017.
You may return on an unexpired visa in the same category despite working for a different H-1B employer. You always carry with you your original approval, a copy of your H-1B petition package and proof of your continued employment. If you do go for visa stamping, check the website for the consular post you intend to visit to comply with that post's documentation requirements.
I always recommend that you consult with your employer's immigration counsel as he/she may know details you have not considered worth sharing that could impact travel/visa stamp decisions.
If your current H-1B visa with Employer A is valid, you may be able to use it to seek admission to the U.S. in H-1B status with the I-797 Approval Notice for the approved H-1B petition filed by Employer B. You will need the original I-797 Approval Notice and copies of your H-1B petition/supporting documentation. Please contact your new employer/attorney to get information about all the documents you will need
Disclaimer: The information provided here is generalized and should not be relied upon as legal advice. This communication does not create an attorney-client relationship.
You should always address travel and visa questions to the attorney of record. Have you approached them for your query?
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