US Visa Cancellation?
I’ve a valid US visa stamping, due to certain personal circumstances, I’m going for a new stamping. Will my current visa be cancelled even if a new stamping is not issued? Nothing is changed. same company, same category of visa etc.,
I do not understand your question clearly, but generally, if you are issued a new visa, your old visa will be canceled and become no longer valid.
In any case, as long as you hold a valid multiple-entry visa (meaning your visa is not expired and all information on it is current), you can enter and leave the U.S. Freely.
Also, if you are working for the same company, same category of visa, etc. And your visa is still valid, you should not need a new visa. However, if your visa is about to expire, then you will need to get a new visa before your old one expires, unless the most recent immigration stamp in your passport denotes “D/S” which stands for “Duration of Status.” That is commonly seen in student visas (F-1, F-2, J-1, and J-2), where a separate document stating the validity of the visa is required to be presented at passport control upon entering the country.
I hope this answers your question.
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