What to Do When You Receive an RFE
When U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) does not have sufficient information, or it needs clarification regarding the information provided in a visa petition, it will issue a Request for Evidence (RFE).
If you have received an RFE, don’t panic. USCIS routinely issues many RFEs. With a proper response, you can satisfy USCIS and get the visa approval process moving again. Not responding appropriately to an RFE however, will only result in further delays in the visa approval process.
ImmigrationLegal.org is an immigration law firm that works diligently to help businesspeople and individuals obtain visas. We have a great deal of experience responding to RFEs and overcoming immigration obstacles.
Contact us today for a consultation about an RFE or immigration problem. We will respond quickly to your call.
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Responding to an RFE
Every RFE is different, so it requires an appropriately tailored response. However, the reason why USCIS has issued an RFE is not always apparent. Our attorneys are skilled at determining the reason behind an RFE and in responding in a way that will satisfy the deficiency. ImmigrationLegal.org has experience in RFEs, involving all types of family and employment visas.
A word of advice — omitting crucial information or providing contradictory information will delay your visa application further. To avoid delays and possible complications, talk with the experienced immigration lawyers at ImmigrationLegal.org.