An RFE has no effect on a biometrics appointment. Make sure to keep it and go to the ASC.
Also, make sure to respond to NBC's RFE, in its entirety, since failure to do so will delay the issuance of your EAD, Advance Parole, as well as the scheduling of your interviews and of course the ultimate approval and issuance of your green card.
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You should keep your appointment for fingerprints. The request for evidence does not change the fingerprints appointment.
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Go to your fingerprints appointment and then gather the documents requested in the RFE. Also, you may want to consult with an immigration attorney once you receive the RFE
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