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U.S. Consulate in Mumbai Resumes H and L Visa Processing

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U.S. Consulate in Mumbai Resumes H and L Visa Processing

The Department of State has announced that as of August 26, 2011, the U.S. Consulate in Mumbai would resume processing of H and L visa stamp applications.   The earliest appointments available were for September 6, 2011 and as of today, the Consulate is in normal processing mode.

Earlier this year, in March, the Mumbai Consulate suspend all H and L visa stamp processing due to aging infrastructure.   We are delighted to see that the Mumbai Consulate is now able to process H and L visa stamp applications on a regular basis.

Please see the Mumbai Consulate page for more information and details on scheduling an appointment.   Also, please do not hesitate to contact us if we can be of any assistance in preparing and filing H or L visa stamp applications at the Mumbai or other Consular sections.

By | 2011-09-21T20:45:49+00:00 September 21st, 2011|Articles, H-1B, L-1, News, Visa Processing|

About the Author:

Dimo R. Michailov, Esq.
As one of the senior attorneys and the founding member of the Capitol Immigration Law Group, Mr. Michailov is at the forefront of the immigration law community. He represents individuals from more than 50 countries in their quest for U.S. immigration options and solutions. He also represents companies and organizations ranging from small entrepreneurs to multinational corporations in meeting their goals to recruit, hire and retain talented foreign nationals while maintaining full compliance with the relevant immigration rules and procedures.