I have an MBA from University of Kansas. After my OPT ended in Feb, 2012, i enrolled in PC Tech, which was raided by ICE. My Sevis was terminated in August ,2012 after which i transfered to BLue data for ESL and filed I539. I received a RFE on Dec 14, 2012. USCIS wants proof of attendance and transcripts for PC Tech and Blue Data. They want to know why I need ESL if I can read, write and speak English. I had also mentioned in I 539 that I intend to go to Brooklyn colege for an accounting degree. USCIS wants to know if I m just using Blue data as an excuse in order to go to Brooklyn college. I actually have a degree in finance and accounting is something that I lack. M not sure as to how I could substantiate my case.
If the RFE is asking for an explanation as to why you need ESL when you read, speak, and write English, I do not know how an attorney would answer that any differently than you.
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I am sorry but even USCIS understands that there is no way in the world someone can obtain an MBA without having a complete, solid command of the English language. Also, it is common knowledge that the level of English taught at an ESL course is (much) inferior than the English used at a graduate level (MBA) business or finance course..
An attorney would not be able to be much of a help in this situation.
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You need to provide what they are asking for. While you have an issue with this ESL class, you will need to give a truthful response..
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You really should have consulted with an attorney prior to filing a 539 or making such critical decisions. An ethical attorney cannot fix your problem. Be careful responding. If you get charged with fraud or misrepresentation you will be unable to obtain a visa in the future.