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Default Residency match is Home country registration necessary?

Is there any way of I get this doubt cleared if v need to be registered under MCI (India) while v apply for the residency match in USA?
As there is a rule that graduates need to re-register again under MCI every 5 years.
What if the graduate has not re registered... Is he or she still eligible to apply for the residency in USA?
What are the documents they look for during the match from home country....
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You dont need the registration for the match, but for J1 visa, you need it.
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And j1 visa is needed when?
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after you match, so first focus on matching now..gl
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Was only worried about the registration and the things related to it.
Cuz what if the match happens and I am not mci registered....
It's a chain right...
Thanku for the information though :blush::blush:
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