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Does Calling USCIS lead to denial?

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Applied for OPT in March. Got approval on May, 26th. My status was Card production and then to RFE. Sent back the response putting everything in the USPS Envelope through First Class Mail. It reached USCIS on 11th June. I expedited the case on 17th June. They again sent me the same RFE Response as a response to the Expedite Request. Responded through USPS Priority mail. Reached USCIS on 27th June as per USPS.
I called USCIS on 1st July and the officer said they dont have any updates on receiving my photos and she sent an email to the csc to check for the photos and produce card faster.

I am worried that if the officer gets the email and he does not get my photos will he just deny my case this time?

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No, it does not. Give it some time. Expedites on OPTs are not a guarantee.

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What if he gets the email and sees he still doesnot have the information I sent, would he again send me and RFE or deny it or may be try looking for it?


Calling USCIS does not lead to a denial.

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No, give them sometime to update files.

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