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Old 01-11-2016, 11:20 AM
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Default Additional time for driver's license verification - impact on H1 stamping?

I have an approved I-797 and a H1 visa interview scheduled for Feb for which I am traveling to India (this is my 5th year on H1 and I have had an employer change in between). During my last two driver's license renewal, the DMV took some extra time to verify my records (the officer mentioned that my details might not have been keyed in properly at the port of entry). I did get my license eventually both the times. Is this something I should be worried about for the visa interview? I tried calling USCIS but couldn't get through to a representative. Is there any other way I can find out this information?

Any information is highly appreciated.
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I have an approved I-797 and a H1 visa interview scheduled for Feb for which I am traveling to India (this is my 5th year on H1 and I have had an employer change in between). During my last two driver's license renewal, the DMV took some extra time to verify my records (the officer mentioned that my details might not have been keyed in properly at the port of entry). I did get my license eventually both the times. Is this something I should be worried about for the visa interview? I tried calling USCIS but couldn't get through to a representative. Is there any other way I can find out this information?

Any information is highly appreciated.
Should not have impact on H1B visa.
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Should not have impact on H1B visa.
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