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jcrajput 06-25-2009 09:40 PM

Travelling via Frankfurt (FRA), Germany to India
 
Our visa stamp (H1B/H4) are expired in our passports. We are planning to travel via 'Frankfurt (FRA), Germany' to Mumbai in Lufthansa airlines and we will get our passport stamped in Mumbai. Does anyone have experience travelling via 'Frankfurt (FRA), Germany' without visa stamp in passport?
I know that travlling via London has some difficulties but not sure about 'Frankfurt'.
Please let me know.
FYI..We have our EAD and I-485 is pending with approved I-140.

Thanks for your help.
Jignesh

hasil 06-25-2009 10:06 PM

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You do not require valid visa stamp to go India. If your kids are US citizen, you will need PIO card for them. While travelling back from India, you will be asked for valid Visa or AP to board fight for US from Frankfurt.


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Originally Posted by jcrajput (Post 397145)
Our visa stamp (H1B/H4) are expired in our passports. We are planning to travel via 'Frankfurt (FRA), Germany' to Mumbai in Lufthansa airlines and we will get our passport .....................


raydon 06-25-2009 10:15 PM

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Originally Posted by jcrajput (Post 397145)
Our visa stamp (H1B/H4) are expired in our passports. We are planning to travel via 'Frankfurt (FRA), Germany' to Mumbai in Lufthansa airlines and we will get our passport stamped in Mumbai. Does anyone have experience travelling via 'Frankfurt (FRA), Germany' without visa stamp in passport?
I know that travlling via London has some difficulties but not sure about 'Frankfurt'.
Please let me know.
FYI..We have our EAD and I-485 is pending with approved I-140.

Thanks for your help.
Jignesh

You should not have any issues travelling via Frankfurt to India with an expired visa stamp. I've travelled as recently as last month with an expired visa stamp.Returning to the US with a visa stamp or using advanced parole should be fine.

jcrajput 06-26-2009 01:36 AM

Thank you so much for your reply.


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