Form I-140

I-140 RFE – Progressive Experience

How does one prove that five years’ experience gained while working for one employer, with one job title is progressively responsible in nature? 

That issue was key in a recent EB-2, I-140 petition. USCIS issued a Request For Evidence (RFE) alleging that although the employee had the requisite experience, he had failed to establish that his experience had grown progressively responsible after receipt of his Bachelor’s degree.

Guestbook Entry for Rajani Gurram, United States

Name: 
Rajani Gurram
State: 
Illinois
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United States
Comment: 
I would like to really thanks a lot for the guidance provided by the law office of Mr.Rajiv during my H1 extension process. In my case it was a double RFE and the whole team worked a lot to get me out of it. Finally got my H1 approved. I can strongly recommend taking services from Mr.Rajiv’s law firm as I personally feel we are in safe hands.

Guestbook Entry for TS Techno Service Inc., United States

Name: 
TS Techno Service Inc.
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State: 
VA
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United States
Homepage: 
technoserviceusa.com
Comment: 
We have great trust in this firm and we have been receiving excellent service. We strongly suggest using services of Mr. Khanna for any immigration related cases. We wish them all the best.

EB-2 I-140 Request for Evidence

We filed an EB-2 I-140 Petition for a petitioner corporation and a beneficiary Senior Systems Analyst. The USCIS sent us a Request for Evidence (RFE), requesting information proving that the petitioner would be in an employer/employee relationship with the beneficiary and that the petitioner had the ability to pay the proffered wages for all of the beneficiaries for whom it had petitioned.

We filed a lengthy response with nearly forty exhibits. The petition was approved less than three weeks later.

I-140 Approved Following RFE – Beneficiary Living Outside the U.S.

We filed an I-140 application in which the beneficiary was no longer working for the employer and was living outside the U.S. We included fairly standard supporting documents. To show the employer’s ability to pay the offered wage, we submitted federal tax returns and a W-2 from the preceding year. To show the beneficiary’s qualifications, we submitted a copy of his degree and affidavits from previous supervisors and co-workers with supporting documents.

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I-140, Education Foreign Degree Equivalence

The applicant completed a three-year Diploma in Computer Engineering from an accredited institution in India (Government Polytechnic Mumbai). The applicant was then directly admitted to the second year Bachelor of Engineering (B.E) program at an advanced level and completed the four-year degree B.E. program.

We provided several items of evidence that indicated that the applicant had attained the foreign equivalent of a four-year Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Engineering from an accredited U.S. college or university.

The I-140 was approved.

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