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Reentry to US from Mexico on different Visa Approval Notice

Reentry to US from Mexico on different Visa Approval Notice

Old Aug 8th 2002, 5:17 am
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Default Reentry to US from Mexico on different Visa Approval Notice

I do not know the answer for this situation; I hope one of you experts will
Answer this question:

One of my Friend was on H1B recently he got approval for O-1 Visa, he changed status from H1B to O-1 in US, he got new I-94 with his O-1 approval notice and he has also I-94 that was issued to him when he last entered US on H1B, he is Indian passport holder.
His Passport has Still H1B Visa Stamp valid till 2004


He wants to Visit Mexico for 15 days can he return back to USA with out any problems showing O-1 Approval notice or he can not enter with out O-1 Visa sticker in his Passport?

Can he get O-1 visa Stamped in Mexico?

A friend told me that he was on H1B and last year he Visited Mexico and returned with in 20 days showing Valid I-94.
He told me some 30 days rule to visit Canada or Mexico but I see a problem because my friend has H1B Visa Sticker on his passport and when he got O-1 and started working his current status is O-1 in US, so he may need O-1 Visa sticker to enter US.

Thanks in advance
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