I am in school with F1 visa. I applied H1-B in April 2016 with my previous degrees (masters on engineer) I am waiting to hear from USCIS about H1B (the checks for the fee have not been cashed yet).
I do not like the school I am in now, and feel like wasting money, energy and time. Now that the end of the spring semester is approaching, I am considering quitting school (not returning for the fall semester that starts at the end of August).
My F1-visa is expired, so if I leave the country, I will have to get F1 VISA (which I can) if I want to come back to the school.
If I get H-1B visa while I am in my country, can I get a H1B visa at the US embassy in my country, and return to the US for work? What is the procedure like in that case? My employer-to-be will send me the papers for me to get H1B visa in my country?
And if I go to another country (not my country), will I be able to get a H1B visa (if I get one) or F1 Visa (if I want to continue the school) from the US embassy in that country? I heard it is better to get F1 visa from my country (in case it takes longer and so I have to stay longer). But what is the odds that i can get the F1 visa from another country but mine (in case I return to school, or in case I don’t get H1-B visa)?
If I go to another country and I cannot get the visa from the US embassy, can I go to my country (from that country) and get the visa from US embassy in my country (so, no harm to try another country first, then, in case it works)? I am asking this because my country is far (so it saves time and money if I can just go to neighboring countries to get F1 visa, in case I continue with the school).