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- If most employers require a minimum of a US bachelor’s degree or its equivalent for entry into the position, this ought to be seen as an industry standard even though some employers don’t have this hiring practice.
- There are many factors that go into determining the wage level of a job. The fact that a job is set at level 1 wages doesn’t mean it’s necessarily an entry level position.
- Avoid it in the first place. If a job can be set at a higher wage level that better fits the position in the Occupational Outlook Handbook that meets H1B requirements, go with that. It’s also a good idea to provide extra documentation explaining the duties of the job, the level of supervision and training required, and the factors that went into determining the wage level.
- Include an expert opinion letter in your RFE response.Your additional evidence needs to include an expert opinion letter that explains why the wage level and the job meet H1B requirements to strengthen your case, give it more legitimacy, and clearly explain to CIS what’s really going on.
- Just ONE letter to cover both issues.You only need to order one expert opinion letter to answer this RFE, even though there are two issues. Just one letter can cover both topics, and should because these issues are inextricably linked in this RFE.
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st, but these mistakes have far-reaching consequences. Maybe your team didn’t provide enough detailed evidence regarding the duties and responsibilities of the job in question. Whatever the reason for the RFE, it’s important that you identify where the case is lacking in evidence, whose job it is to provide it, and fix it. At TheDegreePeople, we work with difficult RFEs every year. We can help you identify what went wrong and how to fix it. For a free review of your case visit ccifree.com/. We will get back to you in 48 hours or less.]]>
Last year, we saw wage level issues and specialty occupation issues go hand in hand in common H1B RFEs. This year, we expect to see them again. To meet H1B eligibility requirements, the job in question must require a minimum of a US bachelor’s degree for entry into the position, and the H1B employee must make the prevailing wage for the position in the industry for companies of that size in that geographical location. If either of these aspects are lacking in evidence, CIS will issue an RFE. Some common problems that trigger an RFE include: • The job usually but does not ALWAYS require a minimum of an advanced degree. • This job is particularly complex as to require an advanced degree even though it is not an industry standard. • CIS wrongly assumes that the wage level indicates the job is not specialized. This is especially the case with jobs set at Level 1 Wages. • CIS wrongly assumes that the wage level is set too low for the complexity of the job. You will need to provide thorough documentation supporting the specialization of this job, and you will need to explain all of the factors that went into determining its wage level. You will also need to include an expert opinion letter in your response that fortifies your evidence that the job and wage level meet H1B requirements. At TheDegreePeople, we have experts on hand with the highest rate of success in responding to RFEs 24/7 to write the expert opinion letter you, or your employee or client needs to get that double RFE overturned. For a free review of your case, visit ccifree.com/. We will get back to you in 48 hours or less.]]>