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Hi all,

I was under H1b for the last few years and I applied for my green card (spouse visa) early this year.

I had to travel out of country this month to attend some important tasks, and I will be coming back in December. My H1b visa expired last year, but I have validity until 2023 - so I decided to renew my visa so that there's no issue with reentry and made an appointment for November 15th.

Right before I left, I received my combo card. I should be able to reenter with the combo card.

Under the circumstances, should I keep my H1b appointment, or should I cancel it? Any pros/cons process-wise I need to be aware of?


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