This article is from the FAQ, by with numerous contributions by others.
Quebec City: US consulate phone # 418-692-2095. I believe that in
For Quebec, starting from Nov. 1'94 anybody applying for visa needs
prior appointment. Visa working days are Mon.,Wed and Fri. If you are
granted visa, your passport will be given on next "visa working day".
Where to stay in Quebec?
US consulate is surrounded by number of hotels/motels (chateau in
French). Consulate is in old Quebec city and be sure to make reservation
in the hotel, which is nearby consulate. Any thing in old Quebec city is
walking distance. Avoid taking car to consulate if possible, because
parking is rare (or you can park in one of the paid garage and then walk
for 2 min.). I stayed at Hotel Chateau Bellevue(1-800-463-2617). It was
right in front of consulate. Price was CAN$59/night. Other which are
nearby are Au Chateau Fleur De Lys(1-800-567-2106), Le Chateau De Pierre
(1-418-694-0429). For more details refer to AAA tour book on Quebec.
Consulate is loc. at 2,Terrasse Dufferin, in downtown Quebec. Once your
apt. day is over you can look around for cheaper deals.
How is the experience of getting H1 Multiple from Quebec?
Very very friendly. When you fill up the form, one person will ask
you different questions about your case and charge you US$ 20 right away
as visa processing fees. After that, you will be asked to sit down and
wait for officer to call your name. He asked me different questions like
how is it like to work with my company. What kind of products you have,
what do you do etc. I gave him enough doze of buzzwords that he can't
understand! Then he asked for my EAD card (may be just wanted to make
sure my transition from F-1 to H-1 was without any holes :-)).
That's it!! He told me to come back on Monday (as my apt. was on Friday)
to pick up my visa. They will charge another US$ 100 for visa.
(Total cost of visa is US$ 100 + US$ 20 = $120)