Why Does RapidVisa Request Items Not Mentioned By USCIS?

03 Jun 2019

“Why does RapidVisa require things the USCIS doesn’t?”

Our assembly department may find that your petition is missing something that we require and put your petition on hold before mailing them to the USCIS. Our job is to give your case the best chance of going through the system smoothly, so part of our strategy is taking what we’ve learned from the thousands of petitions that we reviewed and creating our own list of items to require. So, we’re setting our standards high just to make sure you go through process smoothly. And our philosophy, as stated before, is that it is better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it.

We’ve processed successfully over 60,000 cases. And we’ve received a lot of RFEs, Request For Evidence. A lot of times we do request additional documents and evidence that’s not listed on any checklist that you find at the USCIS website or other websites. But it’s because that we’re seeing that the USCIS officers are requesting these items in RFEs after the fact. And not just once or twice, but it’s become a pattern. Please know that we have your interests in mind when we’re asking for these documents.

We’ve found it’s best to cement a good, solid case the first time, rather than have to deal and respond with RFEs. Now, that doesn’t mean you’re immune from receiving an RFE. It’s possible you might. But it definitely decreases your chances. This process is why our approval ratings are so high. – 99.7%.

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