I made some mistakes on the form (I539) - not big ones, but I could correct them. I called the 800 number and the guy I talked to suggested me to wait for RFE to submit additional information (he said if I upload additional document now - for example I was thinking of correcting the form and sending an explanation - no one will read it because there's no RFE). Is there any harm in uploading any additional document? Is what he said true?
He also suggested me to wait for an RFE to act. I worry if it will delay my case. Will RFEs delay cases for B2 extensions? Thank you!
If I withdraw now and submit a new form, besides that I have to pay for the additional application fee, will there by any problem? My current status is "Optimized" in the system.
My current B2 expired end of November which means I still have time to refile. Thank you!
Withdrawing and submitting a new form may be an issue depending on when your current B2 status is set to expire. Remember that in order to file a timely I-539 this must be received by the USCIS prior to the date on expiration on your I-94, not to be confused with your visa expiration.
An RFE will delay the process as this requires you to prepare a response however depending on the severity of the mistake there may not be any RFE. If the mistake is a material misrepresentation however then you will definitely want to inform the USCIS of this issue so as to avoid any potential immigration fraud concerns that could arise.
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Yes, as RFE results in a delay.
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