Request for Further Evidence (RFE)

The USCIS often issue the request for extra details to authorize an individual’s I-526 petition. It can also be used in getting rid of EB-5 green card status. An interview or submitting extra documents may be required when filing for the RFE approval. It entails an immigration lawyer to get the application prepared before the interview. If the condition of not guaranteeing a favorable decision is reached due to insufficient evidence, it is better to contact the USCIS office. The simple meaning of an RFE is pointing out the items lacking in your application. With the RFE, applicants have enough time to provide extra details to the USCIS for consideration. The normal RFE will only verify lawfully obtained investment funds for any EB-5 Form I-526 application.

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