I've got H1-B status while being in the states, that's why I don't have visa stamp in my passport. Now I'm planning to leave country for a business or private trip but I don't not how it is better to arrange it.
I suggest that you start consult with the lawyer who worked on your H-1B visa. You must schedule a visa interview at the Consulate and complete the DS-160. Be prepared to submit proof that you have maintained your H-1 status all along and complied with its terms and conditions.
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It sounds like you did a change of status, but in order to re-enter the U.S. on H-1 status after you depart you will need a visa in your passport. The only way to do that is to go through consular processing in your country of residence, which will include an interview.
How many times you have to ask the same quesiton? I am just curious. Read the answers in your other post. If you want to clarify, do that in the comments section there. There is no team AVVO. Private attorneys answer questions investing their time. Respect that. There is not that many of us doing that so you will not get more answers by reposting, just a resentment of the attorneys answering questions who had already gave you their best comments.
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