Recent Trends in I-140 Requests for Evidence - Recording (.MP3)
2:00 PM (ET)
Our panel of experts will discuss recent trends in I-140 RFEs and provide useful practice pointers for how to respond.
- Education Equivalency: Navigating the EDGE Database
- Experience Documentation: What Documentation Is Required When the Foreign National Can’t Get the Perfect Letter?
- Ability-to-Pay the Foreign National: Recent USCIS Unwillingness to Accept a Combination of Wages Paid and Employer Assets
- Ability-to-Pay the Offered Wage for Multiple Filed Cases
- Strategies to Respond to I-140 RFEs that Look Like PERM Audits
- Explaining Unanticipated Locations for Roving Employees
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