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L-1 Visa

The Top 5 Most Common Mistakes that Lead to USCIS Rejection or RFE

Obtaining an E-2, L-1 or EB-5 business visa to live and work in the US requires careful planning and a lot of hard work. One of the most crucial documents that go with your visa petition is your visa business plan. It has to be well researched, professionally written and very convincing. Even minor errors, omissions and inconsistencies can result in the denial of your visa. In our experience, clients that come to us hoping to resolve a Request For Evidence (RFE), or looking to apply again following a denial, generally made one of these 5 most mistakes in their initial visa business plans. At Joorney, our writers have learned from the mistakes of others, and we have compiled this list of the top 5 mistakes most commonly made that lead to USCIS rejection or RFE.

  • Business description:

The immigration officer reviewing your business visa application wants to ensure that you are investing your money in a solid, legitimate and viable business. Therefore, your business description should give a detailed and positive picture of your business. The reasons many applications are rejected or receive RFEs include descriptions written hastily, processes not defined clearly, suppliers not clearly identified and business models that are not shown to be sustainable..