When the USCIS adjudicator who is reviewing your case needs additional information to complete your application, the adjudicator will mail you a Request for Evidence (RFE).
The RFE should indicate an expected timeframe for your response, typically within 30 – 90 days (but never more than 12 weeks). Your response to the RFE is considered on-time as long as the response is received no later than 3 days after the final deadline.
Once USCIS receives your response to the RFE, the adjudicator will issue a notice of receipt with an expected timeline to review your newly submitted evidence. In most cases, the standard processing time is 60 days, though the actual processing time can be anywhere from 15 days to 80 days depending on the adjudicator’s workload.
If you haven’t received a response within 60 days of responding to your RFE, you should call USCIS customer service to check on the status of your application.
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