Joining me today is Alcorn Immigration Law Business Associate Attorney, Gilberto Orozco Jr., as we talk about best practices for responding to RFEs, especially in the H-1B context.
A Request for Evidence is a written notice from USCIS asking for additional documentation to make a decision on an individual’s case. RFEs have become more frequent under the current administration but it doesn’t mean that your case will be denied. Responding to an RFE gives you another chance to strengthen your case to receive an approval from USCIS.
What does it mean for your petition or application if you receive an RFE?
If you’re an employer and your company is sponsoring an employee, what does it mean when receiving an RFE?
How long do you have to respond to an RFE?
Today, we discuss the top reasons for receiving RFEs and the best strategies to avoid them.
In this episode, you’ll hear about:
- What are RFEs, NOIDs and RFIEs?
- RFEs for H-1Bs
- Top reasons USCIS issues RFEs
- Strategies to avoid RFEs
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