I filled I360 form in April 2012, now i saw that immigration is asking for additional evidences for my case.
You question is too broad. It sounds like you are asking for a comprehensive answer which can only be obtained on a consultation with an immigration attorney, who actually saw that RFE from USCIS.
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It is impossible to answer your question without looking at the evidence you have already submitted and knowing the details of your case. You should seek a consultation with an immigration attorney near where you live.
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I agree with my colleagues. Your question is much too broad to be meaningfully answered in a general forum such as this one.
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USCIS details specifically what they want as evidence for each case. The RFE should be clear as to what they want. If you are unable to determine from the letter, you may want to hire an attorney.
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