It depends on the strength of the evidence presented to the USCIS.
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You, as the beneficiary of an L-1 petition, cannot appeal the denial.
Only the petitioner (in this case your employer) can appeal. In any
event, appeals to the USCIS Administrative Appeals Office for L-1 denial
are presently taking approximately 22 months. Keep in mind that then
pendency of an appeal does not grant you lawful status in the United
Often it can be a better option to either file a new petition or skip
the AAO altogether and file an action in Federal Court. I suggest you
consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can review your
case and advise you how best to proceed.
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Appeals can take more than a year.
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If your employer still wants to sponsor you, they should file a better documented new application and forget about the appeal
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