Tag archive: RFE

Education RFEs are on the rise because a Bachelor’s degree equivalence must be a single source, and qualified candidates with three-year degrees and degrees that do not actually have the word “degree” in them are running into trouble. Complex education requirements for EB2 Visa candidates have left many lawyers wondering if it’s even worth the…

Requests for Evidence (RFE) are being issued at higher and higher rates in response to petitions for H-1B visas. With the high volume of H-1B applicants every year, the USCIS has tightened its standards for fulfilling the requirements to qualify for this visa. This means that not only the employee applying for H-1B status should…

We recently received word from an attorney that another client’s RFE had been successfully answered. This client had a four year Bachelor Degree, along with work experience in the field of the labor certificate. The previous evaluation had been completed by another foreign credential evaluation agency. The RFE requested more information about the client’s work…

We just received word from an attorney with whom we work that another of our clients’ I140 visas had been approved as a result of the foreign credentials evaluation through CCI. We were very glad to hear that this client’s evaluation had been accepted after the RFE had been issued. The client holds a three-year…

It’s February, and thank goodness we are starting over. The U.S. Military was starting to catch up with us last month. During January, we are glad to be able to report that we were able to help with foreign credential evaluations for 10 members of the armed services. This equals more military education evaluations than…

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