Tag archive: expert opinion letter

Last year, USCIS responded to an unprecedented number of H-1B cap-subject petitions with RFEs regarding specialty occupation.  These RFEs were successfully answered with expert opinion letters from the RIGHT kind of expert while other expert opinion letters were rejected. The letters that were rejected were written by professors in the field of the H1B job. …

Over the past few years, we have seen record numbers of RFEs issued in response to H1B visas.  This year, we will likely see a record few because USCIS issued a memorandum giving adjudicators the authority and initiative to reject petitions outright without first issuing an RFE. This does not change our overall approval strategy…

When CIS suspects that a job does not meet H1B requirements for specialty occupation, in the past they would issue an RFE.  This year, beneficiaries are likely to just get a Denial. Over the next three weeks, we will look at three different jobs that have been specialty occupation RFE magnets in the past, what…

Last week, we went over common H1B issues that require expert opinion letters to prevent that we can help you with at TheDegreePeople.  This week, we’re going to look at common issues arising with I-140 visas, particularly when it comes to EB2 and EB1. Managerial/Executive Capacity Letter If you, or your employee or client works…

Education RFEs, wage level issue RFEs, and specialty occupation RFEs require H1B hopefuls and their teams to enlist the help of credential evaluators and experts for writing expert opinion letters, particularly for specialty occupation issues and for the evaluation as well. Choosing what evaluator or expert to work with can be daunting because writing evaluations…

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