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How long is a IR2 vaild for entry.

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17 hours ago, ver1234 said:

Once a IR2 is issued how long is it valid for entry to the US ?

 

Visa validity depends on the date of the medical exam, not on the visa issuance date.  Default is 6 months valid after medical exam, but it could be less.

 

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On 1/8/2021 at 12:50 PM, Chancy said:

 

Visa validity depends on the date of the medical exam, not on the visa issuance date.  Default is 6 months valid after medical exam, but it could be less.

 

That was my understanding also , is there a way to extend it , : the visa thru the embassy and also get a new medical ?

 

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5 minutes ago, ver1234 said:

is there a way to extend it , : the visa thru the embassy and also get a new medical ?

 

There is no way to extend visa validity, but you can request for a visa re-issue if your child is not able to enter the US before the visa expires.  If the embassy approves your request, you need to pay the visa fee again and your child will need to repeat the medical exam.  The timeline for re-issue will be at the embassy's discretion.

 

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3 hours ago, Chancy said:

 

There is no way to extend visa validity, but you can request for a visa re-issue if your child is not able to enter the US before the visa expires.  If the embassy approves your request, you need to pay the visa fee again and your child will need to repeat the medical exam.  The timeline for re-issue will be at the embassy's discretion.

 

Do you know how I can change the interview date , I have tried calling and they do not answer.

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2 minutes ago, ver1234 said:

Do you know how I can change the interview date , I have tried calling and they do not answer.

Email?


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