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RFE for Multiple Filing Waiver- what evidence to send? (split)

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Hello,

 

I appreciate the inputs. Regarding the waiver, we've got the letter, but I'm not sure  I understand the part of the evidence. This is the second petition, previous one was withdrawn, I change my mind about it. What evidence should I submit? Thanks in advance.

 


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@TBoneTX Regarding the waiver, this is the second petition, previous one was withdrawn, just  change of mind about it. What evidence should I submit? Would the withdrawn request mail serves as evidence? I appreciate your inputs.

 

 

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Hello,

 

I appreciate the inputs. We've got a RFE requesting a waiver, This is the second petition, previous one was withdrawn after aproved. The RFE requests evidence to support the waiver. Would the withdrawn request mail serves as evidence? I appreciate your inputs.

 

 

 

 

 


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14 hours ago, Valmabe said:

Would the withdrawn request mail serves as evidence?

I don't know.  Someone more knowledgeable should be along to answer.

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On 10/18/2018 at 9:57 AM, Valmabe said:

@TBoneTX Regarding the waiver, this is the second petition, previous one was withdrawn, just  change of mind about it. What evidence should I submit? Would the withdrawn request mail serves as evidence? I appreciate your inputs.

 

 

Your evidence is going to be a statement about the circumstances behind your first petition and the reason for the withdrawal and why you should be granted the waiver.  


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1 hour ago, payxibka said:

Your evidence is going to be a statement about the circumstances behind your first petition and the reason for the withdrawal and why you should be granted the waiver.  

Oh thanks for your answer. I forgot to mention that the waiver is for our RFE wihich mention the waiver (which I already have) and supporting evidence, therefore my question regarding the evidence,. Still the statement enough? I appreciate your thoughts. thanks again.


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Hi everybody, I just forgot to update.

 

We sent our RFE response with the  waiver (template found on vj) and a notarize copy of the email sent canceling the petition. Sent the response on october 26, got approved november 6. Now waiting NOA2. Thanks for your inputs and willingness to help us.

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14 hours ago, Valmabe said:

Hi everybody, I just forgot to update.

 

We sent our RFE response with the  waiver (template found on vj) and a notarize copy of the email sent canceling the petition. Sent the response on october 26, got approved november 6. Now waiting NOA2. Thanks for your inputs and willingness to help us.

Congratulations!  I've always said that an RFE is not always a bad thing.  At least you know they are looking at your paperwork.


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5 hours ago, John & Rose said:

Congratulations!  I've always said that an RFE is not always a bad thing.  At least you know they are looking at your paperwork.

Thanks, agree with you. It's good to share the outcome, when people takes the time to answer and give you ideas on what can be done.


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