My employer received RFE for my i-140(premium processing) on nov-10-2016.He claims the ,we have still have time to respond for this RFE. Can this true or is he trying to bluff, so that i need to stick to the company.
the following are questions asked.
1. Company tax returns for 2015 (have this on file)
2. Spreadsheet with list of I-140 petitions filed since December 2015, including
a. Name of the beneficiary
b. Receipt number
c. Offered wages
d. Priority date
e. Wages paid for 2015
f. Current status (Approved, pending, denied or obtained GC, left on AC21, etc)
3. Copy of W-2s issued to each beneficiary in the list for 2015
4. Last 6 paystubs for each beneficiary in the list
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Usually it's 30 days. But the RFE letter will tell you when all the paperwork is due by
JUST BECAUSE I ANSWER YOUR QUESTION, THAT DOES NOT MAKE YOU MY CLIENT.
You do not get over 90 days to respond to any RFE.
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