USCIS RFE Response Lawyer to Make the Best Response on Your Behalf

USCIS RFE Response Lawyer

Have you recently received an RFE and aren’t sure what to do? Does it feel like when you received that RFE that your application was denied? As frustrating as it can be to get an RFE, that’s not the case. That “R” doesn’t stand for “rejection,” rather, it stands for “Request.” Specifically, it’s a “request for evidence.” A USCIS RFE Response lawyer from the Rijal Law Firm can help in many ways. 

As you might imagine, we receive many questions about RFEs. Below are some of the most common questions that we’re asked. If you have questions about an RFE or anything else related to immigration, we encourage you to reach out to us. 

If I Get an RFE, That Just Means That My Application Was Rejected, Right? 

No. No, it doesn’t. It means what it sounds like: they’re requesting more evidence. What you sent in was not enough. Thus, they want to look at more evidence. So, it behooves you to provide them with the evidence they request. Moreover, you want to give them what they want in the best possible way. That’s where we can help. 

Can I Request an Extension on My RFE? 

We do not recommend this. Relying upon the USCIS giving you an extension is not likely to work. This is true for many reasons, not the least of which is that, legally speaking, you’re not entitled to any extensions. 

The best way to not find yourself in this situation is to reach out to experienced attorneys as quickly as possible. Once you get the RFE, give us a call. 

When Should I Respond to the RFE? 

From the moment you open it, you should get to work on providing the right evidence. In terms of when to respond, just look to the top of the RFE – the deadline’s right there. Sending in your response ASAP, and definitely before that deadline, is a smart move. Missing it puts your application at risk of an instant denial. With us by your side, we can give you the best possible chance of success. 

I Can’t Seem to Find Some of the Documents That They’re Asking For 

Should this occur, the best course of action is to reach out to an experienced immigration attorney as soon as possible. When it comes to an RFE, you really don’t have time to waste. We can work to help you to find and send in all of the necessary documentation. 

USCIS RFE Response Lawyer

What a USCIS RFE Response Lawyer from Our Firm Wants You to Know 

Be thorough. Be as thorough as possible. Indeed, missing evidence could lead to a denial. Submit everything USCIS asks for, as per the notice. 

Time’s crucial – meet the deadline or face a potential denial. Organize your response with the notice on top, keep a copy, and index documents. Indeed, even seemingly straightforward RFEs deserve a second look from an attorney. 

If you’re facing an RFE or just want help with the immigration process, schedule a free case evaluation with us through our site or by calling.

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