Originally Posted by venky08
why are you afraid to ask your attorney about what was in the RFE? He is *serving* you. You (your company) pay him his fees so that he can represent you and help you with your case.
It's not that I'am afraid of them. They are a very big law firm and I have literally been on their back when my application was stuck at PBEC. They were really good in responding back to me. It was important to me that they contacted PBEC on a regular basis and have them work on it, which they did.
Since they already responded back to the RFE on the same day without reaching out to me, I' am assuming that it might not be a critical one.
I did not reach out to our attorney as I really don't care about the details of the RFE as along as they were in a position to respond back to the agency.
If some one is working on a case (or any job for that matter)..it is definetly not a good idea to ask them the details of that case/job on a constant basis. They know what they are doing and they would reach out to us if they need any additional information.
My question was not primarily regarding the RFE itself but regarding the order in which USCIS would process the AOS applications.
I read somewhere that RFE's are only issued if they are working on that particular case and I was under the impression that USCIS processed AOS applications based on RD and not on PD.
Paskal's reply answers all my questions.