Question: Our large international company filed three “L” petitions recently with USCIS and two were requested for more evidence, asking for extensive documentation. One was eventually approved and one was actually denied. Do you have any suggestions? Answer: Have you looked into the possibility of obtaining an “L” blanket approval? Once approved, it will avoid [...]
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