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E-2 Entry Visa Stamping for travelling

E-2 Entry Visa Stamping for travelling

Old Nov 13th 2003, 9:57 am
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Sala
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Default E-2 Entry Visa Stamping for travelling

We have E-2 Status (I-797 approval and I*-94). But we need to get visa
stamping from Canadian Consulate. Has anyone have experience with
this. Please help.

- Sala
 
Old Nov 14th 2003, 10:26 am
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Sala
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Default Re: E-2 Entry Visa Stamping for travelling

Anyone with E-2 stmping, I need help please.

[email protected] (Sala) wrote in message news:<[email protected]. com>...
    > We have E-2 Status (I-797 approval and I*-94). But we need to get visa
    > stamping from Canadian Consulate. Has anyone have experience with
    > this. Please help.
    >
    > - Sala
 
Old Nov 16th 2003, 1:50 am
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Default Re: E-2 Entry Visa Stamping for travelling

You have not really stated what your exact question is. What is it that you are trying to find out - whether you can travel to Canada to go to the U.S. Consulate, or go to a Canadian Consulate in the U.S., or what ???
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Old Nov 18th 2003, 4:06 am
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Default Re: E-2 Entry Visa Stamping for travelling

Maybe you'd get the reply you need from a US immigration group...

Sala wrote:

    >Anyone with E-2 stmping, I need help please.
    >[email protected] (Sala) wrote in message news:<[email protected]. com>...
    >
    >>We have E-2 Status (I-797 approval and I*-94). But we need to get visa
    >>stamping from Canadian Consulate. Has anyone have experience with
    >>this. Please help.
    >>- Sala
    >>
 
Old Nov 19th 2003, 2:55 am
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Sala
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Default Re: E-2 Entry Visa Stamping for travelling

Sorry for any confusions but we're trying to comeback to USA with the
E-2 I-797. Can anyone help with any sooner way other than adjudicating
the E-2 that takes 3-6 months.

- Sala


nonong <member@british_expats.com> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > You have not really stated what your exact question is. What is it
    > that you are trying to find out - whether you can travel to Canada to
    > go to the U.S. Consulate, or go to a Canadian Consulate in the U.S.,
    > or what ???
 

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