Tag archive: addressing an RFE

USCIS visa approval trends change with every year. When it comes to the H-1B visa, many of these trends center around education. The H-1B visa is for highly skilled workers coming to the United States to work specialty occupations. CIS defines a specialty occupation as one that requires a US bachelor’s degree or higher or…

H1B season is over. Guess what’s next. RFE season. If USCIS continues the pattern of the past few years, we will soon be inundated with RFEs. In recent years, over one in every four H1B petitions are met with an RFE. In the common case that you, your employee, or your client receives an RFE,…

As foreign credential evaluators who specialize in handling RFEs and denials, we are constantly evaluating USCIS policy and trends. Just like last year and the year before, this year we have seen more H1B RFEs than we ever have in the past. When CIS issues an RFE, much concern and angst arises.  A lot is…

The new year is right around the corner, which means the deadline for Visa petitions for the 2017 fiscal year is closer than you think. While a plan has been proposed to increase the number of the much sought-after H1B Visa from 65,000 to 110,000 annual slots, no changes have been confirmed as of yet…

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