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It is OK. I would wait for the RFE and submit evidence with a response to it.
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I'm sorry that you used the online application system ... it is full of bugs.
No, you shouldn't send more stuff ... it will be lost ... their mail system is full of bugs also.
Wait to see what they say.
Hopefully you didn't get 'greedy' and ask for a full 6 months.
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I don't see how it will help. When you filed for extension the reason was tourism. USCIS looks at the application on the date of filing and will accordingly make the decision. I don't believe they will consider the the post-filing injury towards the extension application.
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