Trends in PERM-Based I-140 RFEs and NOIDs
July 20, 2021
2:00 PM (ET)
Time is of the essence when filing PERM-based I-140s. Given current I-140 processing times, however, minimizing the risk of a Request for Evidence (RFE) is more critical than ever. What trends are we seeing from USCIS in RFEs and Notices of Intent to Deny (NOIDs) for PERM-based applications? The faculty on this intermediate panel will address this question in depth, and they will advise on how best to respond to common issues your clients may face.
- Trends in NOIDs on Downgrades
- RFE Trends in Complex Experience Issues: Curricular Practical Training (CPT) vs. Optional Practical Training (OPT), Non-Quantified Special Requirements, On-the-Job Experience, etc.
- Changes in Employer Address Within vs. Without Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)
- Ability-to-Pay for Multiple Beneficiaries: Schedule L, Bank Statements, Complex Corporate Structures, etc.
- Foreign Degree Equivalencies
*Turid L. Owren (DL), AILA Business Immigration Response Team, Portland, OR
*Matthew L. Hirsch, AILA Business Immigration Response Team Chair, Wayne, PA
*Victoria Jaensch Karins, Sarasota, FL
*Fiona M. McEntee, Chicago, IL
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The Trends in PERM-Based I-140 RFEs and NOIDs web seminar takes place Tuesday, July 20, 2021, at the times noted below:
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