While the Level 1 Wages RFE has been this year’s hot new horrible H1B RFE, all of the classic RFEs we see year after year are still out there.
Candidates who received an RFE for Level 1 Wages and answered it perfectly are now getting hit with another round of RFEs. In fact, this year we’ve seen round two of RFEs bring up some old favorites like the three-year bachelor’s degree RFE, and the occupational specialization RFE, and the mismatched education RFE.
While RFEs are common, they are not desirable because they give CIS an opportunity to closely scrutinize the candidate’s petition and pick up on minute inconsistencies, mistakes, or details that would otherwise fly under the radar. The silver lining to an RFE is it gives candidates a chance to strengthen their case, but only if it’s done correctly.
At TheDegreePeople.com, when we answer one RFE, we take that opportunity to prevent more by reviewing the candidate’s entire case. If you or your employee or client has a three-year bachelor’s degree, or a degree with a major that is not an exact match for the H1B job, we can include a credential evaluation that uses progressive work experience to fill in the gaps between the candidate’s education and job. If you or your employee or client holds a degree or a job that tends to be an RFE magnet, we address the specific issues involved in the initial RFE response along with the expert opinion letter for Level 1 Wages.
Don’t wait for a second RFE to address it. Have us review the entire case before you file a response to make sure you pre-empt any future hindrances to H1B visa approval.
To have us review your case, or your employee or client’s case at no charge and no obligation, please send the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org:
• Beneficiary Resume and Educational Documents
• Employer Support Letter
• Detailed Description of the Job
We will get back to you in 48 hours or less with a full review of the case, our recommendations, and information on how to move forward.
This article was written by Rebecca Little