Replying to Ridiculous RFEs in Family-Based Cases: Alice in Wonderland - Recording (.MP3)
Immigration attorneys are seeing more requests for evidence (RFEs) in family-based cases. Learn strategies from our panel of experts about how to respond to odd RFEs without losing your mind.
- A Mad Tea Party: Evidence Already Submitted
- Down the Rabbit Hole: Bona Fides of Current Marriage and Previously Terminated Marriages
- Advice from a Caterpillar: Clarification of Information on I-130A
- Proving Family Relationships: Evidence of Parent-Child Relationship, Proving Sibling Relationships, and Dealing with Complications with Adoptions
- Alice’s Evidence: When the Requested Documents Are Not Available
- INA §245(i) Eligibility-Required Physical Presence
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