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Posted by opor5243 (16) 17 Apr 2018#751
to shiba:

Yes. I emailed you back.

Thanks.
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Posted by opor5243 (16) 17 Apr 2018#752
Hey guys,

I just spoke to a colleague who had submitted her I-485 over a year ago after I-140 (EB1b) was approved and it's still not approved. I was shocked it's taking so long. Her I-485 is being processed at NSC.

Questions:
- For I-485, is TSC faster than NSC?
- Does this temporary EB1 retrogression slow down approval of I-485's that have been accepted already and are being processed?

Thanks.
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Posted by USAFOREVER1 (317) 18 Apr 2018#753
to opor5243:

Hi there,

Historically TSC is far more faster than NSC. Yes you will not get your GC unless your priority day is current again, and with retrogression it will take even longer than a year. I have some friends from the research institute that I am working, with EB1A or EB1B that can not get their GC because of the retrogression. Some with second or even with third retrogression. Good luck. Thank you!
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Posted by SUNSHINE2017 (4) 18 Apr 2018#754
Hi guys,

I am requesting this help upfront because i i received a RFE today. for now i dont know what they want. The USCIS said the following :

""""""We need more information from you
Read the notice we mailed you for details and instructions on how to respond to our request. You must respond with your documents on or before the date in your notice or your case may be denied.

We sent you a Request for Evidence (RFE) because we need more information from you. Your case is on hold until we receive the requested information. If you do not submit the requested information, we may deny your case."""""""""""""

I would greatly appreciate the help and is this general RFE format from USCIS or my question is can we guess anything from this response, weather my case as higher chanses for denial or approval

I will keep you guys posted about the comments. Thank you
Thankyou
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Posted by eb1bapplicant1 (4) 18 Apr 2018#755
to SUNSHINE2017:

I think you should request your attorney to send you the copy of RFE immediately and start working on your RFE cover letter.
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Posted by prevede (60) 8 hours 6 minutes ago#756
Can we apply EB1 being on H1B ? if yes pls let me know what are the conditions. kindly help. Have 12 years of experience.
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Posted by shiba (20) 1 hour 57 minutes ago#757
to prevede:

Yes of course. But for your information, mere 12 year experience is not enough to meet the criteria. Google it for more info
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