H-1B RFE Trends and Strategies for Winning at CSC, NSC, TSC, and VSC - Recording (.MP3)
2:00 PM (ET)
Immigration practitioners continue to receive high rates of RFEs on H-1B amendments, extensions, and change of employer petitions. Furthermore, due to internal redistribution among service centers to rebalance workloads, attorneys may see their cases assigned to an unfamiliar service center. Our experts will discuss the types of RFEs they are seeing at each service center, and will impart RFE response strategies, tips, and tricks that have been successful.
- Tips to Minimize Chances of Getting an RFE: Course Correlation Charts, No Change vs. Change in Previously Approved Employment, etc.
- SOC Job Titles Still Under Attack: How Do You Get These Challenging Cases Approved?
- What If USCIS Deems the SOC Code Selected as Incorrect?
- Latest Trends in RFE Topics: Unrelated Degrees, Sufficient Specialty Occupation Work Available, Employer-Employee Relationship, Level 1 and Level 2 Prevailing Wages, etc.
- What Supporting Evidence Works? Are Expert Opinions and Detailed Course Evaluations Worth Obtaining?
- The Impact of COVID-19 on H-1B RFE Trends
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