As Pandemic Keeps Borders Shut, Closed Consulates Are Biggest Barrier for Many

When Natasha Bhat rushed to India after her father-in-law died in late February, she expected that returning home to Fremont, Calif., a few weeks later would be a simple matter of having her H-1B visa stamped at the U.S. consulate in Kolkata.

Ms. Bhat, who works in human resources at a tech startup, had packed one small bag and left with her husband and 4-year-old son.


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