My GC approved, dependents got RFE related to medical reports. Replied to the RFE, the status is still RFE Response Review for past 30 days. What are the options I have to get the latest update or expedite process?
1. Raising SR for RFE Review pending?
2. Getting latest case processing details through Congressman?
3. Is there any implications on my case if I go through Congressman?
4. Generally, how long USCIS will take to approve case after RFE Response. Mine EB1 category, so it will be current.
Experts, please advice.
USCIS has up to 60 days after receiving your response to make a decision, which does not appear to apply to your case yet. If you have not received a decision within 60 days, you can place a service request with the service center to expedite the decision. Unless there are exigent circumstances, this is not a type of issue that warrant any congressman involvement.
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It wouild be extremely foolish to deal with any RFE pro se without a full and legally appropriate review by an experienced immigration counsel of your choice before you act.
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Be patient, 30 days is not a long time ... don't even think about contacting a Congressperson until it has been more than 6 months.
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