From the date you establish prima facie case for your VAWA application, you are granted permisson to apply for certain public benefits. Since adjudications usually take some time, in some cases over a year like yours, you require an extension of your prima facie determination, in order to be able to continue receiving the benefits, if you have applied for any. As to your case, do not be alerted that USCIS has not issued an RFE in your case, since one is not required, or potentially you will receive one once your case will be adjudicated. It will be great if your case will be approved without one being issued at all. However, if you do get an RFE and unsure on how to respond, consult an experienced immigration attorney to help you.
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