Sometimes, the USCIS encounters a problem with petitions during the H-1B processing time. Rather than deny your petition outright, you may instead receive a Request for Evidence (RFE).
As soon as your employer receives an RFE, there will be a time window in which a response must be given to avoid having your petition denied. For H1B Sponsorship Process Visit UT Evaluators.
There are a variety of things that can trigger an RFE such as:
A. An insufficient job description that does not portray the job as a specialty position requiring a bachelor’s degree or higher.
B. A lack of evidence that you, the applicant, are qualified for the job either through a lack of experience or by having a degree that is not related to the position.
C. A lack of proof that your sponsoring employer has complete control over your daily tasks, employment status, and wages.
Getting an RFE can cause a potentially harmful delay in your H-1B processing time. If you receive one, you may want to consider speaking to your immigration attorney about premium processing.
It is important to note that premium processing does not prevent the USCIS from issuing an RFE. For more info on H1B Visa visit Wwrdheritage
Note that the above list is not comprehensive. The USCIS can issue an RFE for a large variety of reasons. See how the experienced attorneys at Immi-USA tackled a difficult H-1B Request for Evidence.