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Evaluations for college study are fairly simple.  Any skilled credential evaluator knows how to do that.  But those evaluations will often NOT work for the H1B visa, and evaluations that work for the H1B visa will often NOT work for ...

posted May 17, 2017 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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Have you ever heard of a degree in Computer Systems Analysis? 

This is the most common H1B qualified job with little, if any, exact matching education.  Therefore, this is the #1 job offer that gets RFEs.  No job title has as ...

posted May 12, 2017 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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RFE season is on its way!  One in every four H1b visas tends to receive an RFE, so if your petition, or your employee or client’s petition is met with one, don’t panic!  This is not abnormal and can be used as an opportunity to ...

posted May 7, 2017 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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RFEs are on the rise across the board for visa candidates.  Education RFEs are particularly common for visas like H1B and EB2, which are contingent on the candidate’s advanced degree and skill specialization.  Candidates who earned their ...

posted May 1, 2017 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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One of the biggest RFE problems H1B and EB2 visa candidates face is working with their own educational documents when they’re translations skew the educational value.

When a candidate files a petition with USCIS, every document must be ...

posted Apr 28, 2017 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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USCIS will begin accepting H1B petitions on April 1st, 2017 for visas for fiscal year 2018. 

The annual cap is 65,000 for candidates with bachelor’s degrees, and another 20,000 for candidates with master’s degrees of higher.  ...

posted Feb 24, 2017 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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Looking back on the past few years, we see one occupation that stands out for getting the most H1B RFEs year after year.  In 2017, we predict that this trend will remain intact.  The answer is – Computer ...

posted Jan 2, 2017 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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Education is a central component of H1B eligibility.  This visa is for foreign nationals who work in specialty occupations that require advanced degrees and skills and understanding specialized to their position.  If the job does not ...

posted Dec 17, 2016 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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What is the H1B RFE that strikes fear into the hearts of immigration attorneys and causes nightmares for their clients who receive them?  The Nightmare RFE! 

This RFE is also called the Kitchen Sink because absolutely everything is ...

posted Dec 16, 2016 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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One of the most common EB2 education RFEs arrives when a candidate holds a degree that doesn’t call itself a degree.  In fact Chartered Accountancy is the degree that receives the most RFEs for the EB2 ...

posted Dec 12, 2016 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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H-1B education requirements demand that a candidate for this visa hold a US bachelor’s degree or higher or its equivalent.  Do you or does your employee or client have the skills and knowledge needed to excel at ...

posted Nov 27, 2016 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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Some of the most common H1B RFEs are the result of your case, or your employee or client’s case falling into an H1B education trap.  The H1B visa is for highly skilled workers coming to the United States with a US bachelor’s degree or ...

posted Nov 21, 2016 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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Visa petitions across the board are receiving more RFEs with every year.  This is particularly the case for education-based RFEs that require the form I-140.  Form I-140 visas include EB1, EB2, and EB3, all of which are for foreign ...

posted Nov 18, 2016 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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It’s RFE season, and that means if you or your employee or client received an RFE, you’re probably reading it over and trying to decide what to do.  Before you go looking for answers in the RFE, stop!

Instead, read over the RFE, sit ...

posted Nov 15, 2016 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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USCIS visa approval trends change with every year.  When it comes to the H-1B visa, many of these trends center around education.  The H-1B visa is for highly skilled workers coming to the United States to work specialty occupations.  ...

posted Nov 8, 2016 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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It’s RFE season!  Amongst the most common H-1B RFEs applicants receive this time of year have to do with education. 

H-1B visa eligibility is dependent on be beneficiary having an advanced degree with specialized skills and ...

posted Oct 31, 2016 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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A Request for Evidence, or RFE is a tool that USCIS uses to gather more information on a given case when the documentation providing in the initial filing leaves open gaps and unanswered questions.  RFEs, ...

posted Oct 23, 2016 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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The H-1B visa is a dual-purpose visa that allows foreign nationals to come work highly skilled jobs in the United States for long periods of time.  This visa is highly desirable and laden with sneaky education traps that can tank your case, or ...

posted Oct 10, 2016 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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We’re deep in RFE season, which means at least one in four of every H-1B beneficiary selected in the lottery has likely received one.  Education RFEs are common for H-1B beneficiaries because this particular visa relies heavily on the ...

posted Sep 28, 2016 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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Among the most common H-1B RFEs this year – as in years past – are education RFEs inquiring into the education of the beneficiary.  The reason is because this visa is heavily invested in the education of the beneficiary.  This H-1B ...

posted Sep 21, 2016 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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It’s RFE season!  With over one in every four H-1B petitions receiving an RFE in the past few years, there’s a good chance that one of those was sent to you, or your employee or client.  While there are many problems associated with ...

posted Sep 15, 2016 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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The approval process for EB2 visas is long, arduous, and can get quite costly.  That means when you submit your petition, or your client or employee’s petition for adjudication, you want to get it right the first time.  If there are ...

posted Sep 6, 2016 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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More and more H-1B petitions are coming in each year for the same 85,000 annual visas.  At the same time, we have seen a sharp increase in the prevalence of RFEs in response to these petitions. 

Why You Don’t Want that ...

posted Aug 30, 2016 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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It’s been called impossible.  It’s been called ridiculous.  It’s been called the Nightmare, and it’s been called the Kitchen Sink…because absolutely everything is in it including the Kitchen Sink.  It’s the scariest RFE out ...

posted Aug 18, 2016 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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About one in every four H-1B petitions receive an RFE.  The first step to answering an RFE is to understand what CIS is asking, who dropped the ball, and who can provide that information.  Just because someone is at fault for your RFE, or ...

posted Aug 15, 2016 in RFEs (H1B, I-140, PERM, Consulate) by Sheila Danzig (8,100 points)
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