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    Hello everybody,
    since I am at the beginning of this long and "painful" U Visa journey, I have a question about RFE. Do the USCIS frequently ask RFE and what is their main request? If you can share your experience I will be grateful since I had a petition filed on substantial mental abuse, which is probably less easy than the physical. Thanks in advance

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    Good question,I had RFE,I never was physically assault but my lawyer insisted i had great odds,of course those assholes will tell you what you want to hear to get your money,had a denial and I'm still waiting for motion to reopen to be resolved,good luck to you,according to what I read on that denial letter says I do not qualify for an U visa,and I have no more evidence to support my case,I already filed AOS so I'm not that concerned anymore,but stay in touch and I'll let you know how this thing turns out,keep up that hope

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    • #3
      before applying U category do a thorough research on the case, while applying get your pieces of evidence be ready for lots of documentation to prove your case.
      mostly cases get RFE's depending on documentation submitted. with all spending hard earned money, hard work, stress, mood offs mornings and waiting years will come
      without a guarantee of approval.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Jabalin05 View Post
        Good question,I had RFE,I never was physically assault but my lawyer insisted i had great odds,of course those assholes will tell you what you want to hear to get your money,had a denial and I'm still waiting for motion to reopen to be resolved,good luck to you,according to what I read on that denial letter says I do not qualify for an U visa,and I have no more evidence to support my case,I already filed AOS so I'm not that concerned anymore,but stay in touch and I'll let you know how this thing turns out,keep up that hope
        Thank you so much for your response. I had a gun point robbery where the gun was literally on my forehead and I was threatened to be killed, they even never mentioned they want my belongings, they said only they want to kill me. They didn't hurt me physically but I got PTSD, anxiety and depression as result, all certified by a terapist, So I am qualify for U visa. My question was more about what they usually request in a Rfe.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by you.visa View Post
          before applying U category do a thorough research on the case, while applying get your pieces of evidence be ready for lots of documentation to prove your case.
          mostly cases get RFE's depending on documentation submitted. with all spending hard earned money, hard work, stress, mood offs mornings and waiting years will come
          without a guarantee of approval.
          Thank you for answer my question. I already applied and even have been fingerprinted. I collected all I have and sent to them, so I am concerned about future request of more evidence that I do not have.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Michela View Post
            Thank you for answer my question. I already applied and even have been fingerprinted. I collected all I have and sent to them, so I am concerned about future request of more evidence that I do not have.
            Michela, you may or may not get RFE but take more chances on getting it. try collecting the documents on nature of the crime, every state has different laws or some changes in laws but federal law is same. compare your life before and after the incident what changes came to your life try searching points in your case read related AAO decisions. little time from your attorney experience and your research can make a lot of difference. your attorney may have 100's of immigration cases he/she can forget some important point but you have only one case which is related personally to you so, dig into it..

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            • #7
              Originally posted by you.visa View Post
              Michela, you may or may not get RFE but take more chances on getting it. try collecting the documents on nature of the crime, every state has different laws or some changes in laws but federal law is same. compare your life before and after the incident what changes came to your life try searching points in your case read related AAO decisions. little time from your attorney experience and your research can make a lot of difference. your attorney may have 100's of immigration cases he/she can forget some important point but you have only one case which is related personally to you so, dig into it..
              Thank you so much for all your suggestions and I will literally follow all of them.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by you.visa View Post
                Michela, you may or may not get RFE but take more chances on getting it. try collecting the documents on nature of the crime, every state has different laws or some changes in laws but federal law is same. compare your life before and after the incident what changes came to your life try searching points in your case read related AAO decisions. little time from your attorney experience and your research can make a lot of difference. your attorney may have 100's of immigration cases he/she can forget some important point but you have only one case which is related personally to you so, dig into it..
                Definitely it's genuine and very useful tip you put out. Thanks, I Appreciate it.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Prince View Post
                  Definitely it's genuine and very useful tip you put out. Thanks, I Appreciate it.
                  Thank you, Prince.

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                  • #10
                    what does the police report says you were victim of? Mine says "terroristic threatening" if so,your odds aren't good,because that's what am facing and that denial letter from USCIS states that "terroristic threatening"doesn't makes me eligible,it's gotta say that you were assaulted physically in order for you to qualify

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Jabalin05 View Post
                      what does the police report says you were victim of? Mine says "terroristic threatening" if so,your odds aren't good,because that's what am facing and that denial letter from USCIS states that "terroristic threatening"doesn't makes me eligible,it's gotta say that you were assaulted physically in order for you to qualify
                      The police report said "robbery" and because it was a gun point robbery with threaten to kill the I-918B said "aggravated assault" under Florida Statute Law. Unfortunately the police never caught them so my helpulfulness was limited in reporting and describing crime and suspects. It happened in 2006 and I only file recently because the "good" immigration lawyer, as you always mention, I had they never mention U Visa. I have been living in hell since it happens and even if was quite a while ago, I consulted a lawyer from legal aid and she suggested, that if I was able to get the supplement B from the police, to file anyway because there is not deadline for U Visa
                      Last edited by Michela; 09-22-2017, 07:15 PM.

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