Withdraw petition sent back to USCIS?
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Because they found "additional information" they think USCIS did not have when they approved the petition. they will be asking - the DOS will - that USCIS revoke the approval.
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If you wish to withdraw a petition that has been approved, you can send a letter to USCIS and inform them that you wish to withdraw your petition and include the case number or a copy of the Approval Notice.
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