A request for evidence is also commonly called an “RFE”
What is RFE?
It is initiated by USCIS or other Govt agencies dealing with the approval of an Immigration Petition or Visa stamping. When the original petition lacks enough documentation to make a favorable decision then more documents/evidence are requested. A request for evidence is also commonly called an “RFE”.
What you should know about RFEs?
- It is important that RFE requests should be submitted in a timely manner and all the evidence should be submitted together.
- Most of the time a decision is made after the submission of the evidence. In rare cases, one can get another RFE.
- The most important factor in answering the RFE is providing the evidence asked for in the RFE.
- Late responses are not accepted and the application is denied.
- If the RFE is not responded to then the application is considered abandoned.
Specialized RFE Solutions in several areas.
- Expert Opinion Letters for H1-B Applications
- Beneficiary Qualification Letter
- Specialty Occupation Expert Letter
- Other Expert Opinion Letters (such as O-1, L-1, NIW, EB-1)
Our skill lies in determining the nature of the required evidence, and alternative evidence, and designing responses. With literally thousands of RFEs responded to by us – we know what we are doing.
How It Works?
- We will ask you to provide us with the RFE received from USCIS.
- After proofreading the letter, we will generate an invoice for payment. You must make an online payment via QUICKBOOKS or offline payment via a check or cash at our office for the RFE letter.
- We will share a list of documents/evidence that you need to send us.
- We will share your RFE letter with the USCIS after taking your approval.
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