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2018 RFE rate prediction: 51%

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2017 RFE rate: 48%

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What is RFE?

Occasionally, USCIS requires the applicants (company or individual) to provide additional information and supplement materials before approving their H1B visa — This is what is known as the RFE (Request for Evidence). In the 2019 fiscal year, the GOH1B team predicts that the probability of receiving an RFE for your H1B application is 51%.

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RFE rate by position:

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Reasons for RFE

90% of people received RFE because they failed to demonstrate their qualifications to work for a “specialty occupation”. The reasons including but not limited to:

  • Level 1 Wage — entry-level salary would not suffice for H1B application
  • The position offered typically does not require a bachelor’s degree
  • Lack of professionalism in the description of job duties
  • The imminent need of hiring the employee

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Choose GOH1B to increase your RFE success rate

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Previous Cases

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S is a small-scale education consulting company that has only been established for about a year with limited human resources, and our client applied for the position of Management Analyst. Since the number of applicants for this position has increased sharply by last year, the RFE rate increased along with it. Our client was an MBA graduate and has a year of working experience in the relevant field, and he came to us after receiving his RFE notice. We carefully read and analyzed the contents of the RFE issued by USCIS, and found that USCIS merely questioned the “specialty” of management analyst position for it was not tied with a specific major or requirement in OOH. After reviewing multiple relevant cases, we found that the court often rules that USCIS’s definition of “specialty occupation” is too narrow. Next, we gather information to help customers to explain his qualifications by pointing out that he has completed a series of professional courses, which are the prerequisite of becoming a management analyst. In addition, we also analyzed the company’s function as well as the specific job duties. Finally, we also assisted clients in contacting seven professional professors and experts in the management industry, edited three expert letters, and attached Case Laws for the position. The client’s case was approved after 2 months without expedition.

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L is a small accounting firm established in New York for more than 10 years. The client applied for the position Accountant, and the wage level was 1 in the LCA. The USCIS mentioned in the RFE notice that applicant would need to provide supplementary documents that explain the unusually low salary level, for they doubt that level 1 salary implies that the beneficiary is not working as an accountant but is rather responsible for low-end, bookkeeping duties. We wrote an explanation letter for the applicant, interpreting the general requirements for the job. Likewise, according to the standard of Department of Labor, the client’s salary level and his occupation are consistent. In addition, we show the USCIS that the prevailing wages in different regions are not the same: the Level I in New York is equivalent to Level II in other states. We also described and compared in detail the specific job duties of the client and the differences between an accountant and a bookkeeper to explain the beneficiary’s job classification is reasonable. Finally, the client received his H1B approval in a week with the expedition.

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X is a start-up company and the beneficiary holds about 20% of its shares. The beneficiary applied for the position Agricultural Engineer. In RFE letter, USCIS requires the applicant to offer more information to prove that there is an employment relationship between the applicant and the beneficiary. Based on the chart provided by the applicant and the employee list, we described in letter the relationship between the applicant and the beneficiary, the applicant’s internal decision-making structure, the main scope of the beneficiary’s responsibilities by quoting other relevant cases. Finally, the beneficiaries’ applications were approved within one month without expedition.

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G is a large company located in Texas that focuses on import and export business. The beneficiary applied for the position Operation Research Analyst with an undergraduate degree of Finance Management and a graduate degree of MBA in the U.S.. The RFE letter issued by USCIS indicated that the beneficiary’s transcript and curriculum failed to demonstrate his qualification in the field of operation research and required the beneficiary to provide an academic certification from his college; USCIS also indicated that the applicant must prove that his job requires knowledge and skills in the relevant industry. We then assisted the applicant in writing a detailed response letter by arguing that the beneficiary’s primary duties include analyzing operation data, which are closely linked to the company’s financial status. Likewise, we also listed the data analysis courses that the beneficiary have taken as both undergraduate and graduate student, which are essential to his position as an operation research analyst. Finally, we also assisted the beneficiary in getting an expert letter that further explains his qualifications. The beneficiary successfully obtained H1B approval without expedition in only 3 weeks.

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F company was a water purifier manufacturer and retailer that was established in the United States in 2014 with an annual turnover of $3.75 million. The beneficiary holds the position Market Research Analyst, and he was primarily responsible for market research. USCIS questioned the “speciality” of the occupation and required the applicant to provide more evidence to prove that the beneficiary will continue to need this position during the three-year period of H-1B. In addition, the applicant will also need to provide additional information on company profile, the agreement signed by the company and its clients, as well as the tax documents in recent years. after careful review of the USCIS requirement, we assisted the company in drafting an explanatory document detailing the company’s business plan as well as its continuing need for the position of Market Research Analyst. We also reviewed other supporting documents provided by the applicant and wrote a highly detailed cover letter that described the applicant’s job requirements. Finally, the beneficiary successfully obtained H1B approval in about 3 weeks without expedition.

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The attorney drafts an initial response plan base on the applicant’s case.

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The applicant prepares relevant information for the attorney, such as company tax forms, company organization chart, as well as expert letters.

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The attorney drafts, reviews, and submits the RFE package to USCIS.

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The applicant receives the Approval Notice.

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