How to avoid PIMS delay - will I-824 help?
I recently got my h1b extension approved. and on the approval notice i read the following lines of text,
"The petitioner may also file Form I-824, Application for action on an approved petition with this office, to request that we notify a consulate, port of entry or pre-flight inspection office of this approval"
Has anyone tried doing this I-824 to notify the consulate where we planned to do H1b extension stamping. Will this work to avoid PIMS delay?
And has anyone recently done h1b extesnion stamping in chennai consulate?
I am in deliberate need of doing this because i may lose my project if i get stuck for a long time in consulate abroad, at the same time i feel safe with a stamping and hence want to go for stamping.
Please share your comments.
Last edited by gcdreamer05; 12-10-2008 at 06:51 PM. Reason: more info
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