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Welcome to the 2017 RFE season! It’s the worst year yet when it comes to difficult RFEs and lots of them. We’ve seen common RFEs regarding education, we’ve seen Nightmare RFEs, and now we’re seeing the Double Employment Issue RFE. While there are no guarantees with USCIS, our experts at TheDegreePeople.com have been able to…

It’s RFE season and CIS is coming down especially hard on “borderline” occupations this year. These are jobs that don’t necessarily require a US bachelor’s degree or its equivalent or higher according the the US Department of Labor’s Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH). Some borderline jobs include management positions, certain computer and tech positions, certain healthcare…

It’s RFE season and we project frequency trends will not change. In the past few years, around one of every four H1B petitions selected in the lottery received an RFE. When your RFE or your employee or client’s RFE arrives, sit down with your team and read it over and determined who dropped the ball….

Welcome to the 2017 RFE season for cap-subject H1B candidates. The RFEs are in the mail and if this year reflects the years past, we expect one of every four H1B petitions to receive an RFE. If you or your employee or client receives an RFE, don’t panic! This is frustrating, but not the end…

One of the biggest RFE problems H1B and EB2 visa candidates face is working with their own educational documents when they’re translations skew the educational value. When a candidate files a petition with USCIS, every document must be translated into English. Educational documents must be translated into English and THEN evaluated for US academic equivalency….

Among the most common H-1B RFEs this year – as in years past – are education RFEs inquiring into the education of the beneficiary. The reason is because this visa is heavily invested in the education of the beneficiary. This H-1B program aims to bring the brightest minds from around the world to work for…

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,…

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