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Customer: I missed an email from uscis regarding my H1B case and responded back to them late than the deadline provided what will happen now Please advise
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Customer: My H1B is approved and stamped. I have received email from USCIs immigration officer asking some information as part of compliance review on my case which i replied late than the deadline they provided
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Hello! My name is***** and I am a US licensed immigration attorney with more than 43 years of experience, plus I was an immigration law professor for 10 years. I am here to assist you with your questions. If I do not respond quickly, I promise I will reply as soon as I can. It may take a little time to research and write your answer. BUT, keep in mind that this is a general question-and-answer blog and that no attorney-client relationship is formed. Nor, should you consider this to be specific legal advice.

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why did you file the response?

that is the responsibility of the employer

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there's no way to securely predict whether or not immigration will accept your late response

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Hello

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I received a separate email from uscis requesting for further emails apart from the ones they asked my employer and client
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what to do now
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all you can do is wait

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Ok. Is there any such scenario where they took any action
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If yes what is it
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it is impossible to predict

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u r welcome

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