I have got an RFE on H1B filed this year on september 3rd.The RFE is related to the evidence stating : My employer intentions of employing me an in-house project,my speciality skills and my educational evaluation.
My employer is planning to reply RFE and submit it for premium proccessing.
Please let me know if the Premium processing can hamper the chances of approval of the petition.
No, premium processing will not hamper things.
Trust your employer's lawyer.
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No. The only effect premium processing will have is to (considerately) speed the issuance of the decision in your case: approval, 2nd RFE (not too uncommon) or denial (rare) in your case.
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Premium processing is always a bit more difficult.
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