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Old 12-04-2007, 04:35 PM
kaisersose kaisersose is offline
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Originally Posted by crazyAbtUS View Post
"kaisersose"...thanks a lot for the informative response as well.. One quick question and comment though (this is the same one I asked logiclife as well sorry for repeating it again here)..I work for American firm fairly well known and respected (And yes they are only terminating the business unit i work in, and they have assured us that they will respond to the RFE's as far as possible). You mention verifying my I-140 petition file and see if there is any liklyhood of an RFE. What if I do find any issues in the file (which I dont think should be there..), is there anyway the issue can be corrected before I get terminated?
Common problems for 140 RFE are,

1. Company's ability to pay wages Since you are in a farily well known and respected firm, this is a non-issue.

2. Education matching job req. If the candidate has a degree not relevant to the job reqs or if the degree requirement is met indirectly through a combination of degrees (3yr degree + 2 yr degree <=> 4 yr degree). In general the qualifications of the candidate are not a simple match to the req.

But if your company is willing to respond to RFEs as you say, then you are all set.

Good luck
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