I am going to prepare the H-4 application. Since I want it to also be premium process, I am told I must file it with my H-1B extension. The company lawyer says she doesn't need the form called G-28, that she will submit both applications together. Is this true? I read that it might be "rejected". that she must submit G-28 to submit my H-4 that I prepared. Please help me know what to do.
Simply submitting a petition does not require a G-28. Completing the form and handling the case with USCIS does.
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She can submit it without a G-28. She will not be notified of RFE or approval or denial ..or your spouse will be
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The G-28 is required if the Attorney is representing our spouse in the case. If no G-28 is attached, your spouse will receive all notification from USCIS.
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