predocs@cci123.com:• LCA• Beneficiary’s Resume and Educational Documents• Employer Support Letter• Detailed Job Description• RFEWe will get back to you in 48 hours or less with a full review of the case and our recommendations on what to do next.As we’re wrapping up RFE season, we’re coming right up on filing season.  While we won’t know whether preventative measures will work for this RFE until next RFE season, there are some steps you can take to reduce the risk of dealing with the Level 1 Wages RFE again.  If the job can be set at Level 2 Wages, or the job title can be classified as a different occupation, including these changes in the petition and on the LCA may help prevent the Level 1 Wages RFE.  Remember, the LCA and the petition must be consistent, so whatever you enter in the LCA must be the same in the petition.  The job title must match the job description, so it’s important to be very careful when taking this preemptive measure.  We can consult with you on this.  If can also be helpful to include an expert opinion letter from an RFE response in the initial petition to clear up the misconception about Level 1 Wages and entry level positions from the start.To preempt RFEs that we have seen coming in after having answered the Level 1 Wages RFE, it’s always a good idea to include a thorough credential evaluation in the initial H1B petition to close any gaps between your or your employee or client’s education and their H1B job.  Foreign degrees, incomplete or nonexistent college education, and generalized degrees or degrees in specializations that are not an exact match for the job title all require credential evaluations to clearly show CIS that the education meets H1B requirements.  If you’re not sure whether you or your employee or client meets H1B educational requirements, let us review the case before you file in April.]]>