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I am sorry for your situation. On this website, I do not always get to give good news, and I am afraid that this is one of these times.
Understand first of all that every matter is a "case by case" basis. This means that it is reviewed on its own merits, individually. A lot of the decisions have to do with individual decisions by whichever agent reviews the file. Some agents tend to be lax, and others strict.Would it be ok, if i respond without the client letter?
This is very subjective. Typically, a client letter is necessary to illustrate that there is a position waiting
. Often, such a client letter may be overlooked if this may be shown by the contract, for example. In other words, a document that shows that there is a POSITION OPEN AND WAITING.
However, if USCIS has sent an RFE that specifically demands a client letter
, then one needs to provide them with a client letter. You can find a sample client letter format (just for your information) here
If a client letter absolutely cannot be provided for some reason, then one has to provide ALL THE OTHER items and make sure to illustrate that there is documentation that shows that there is a position waiting for you in that documentation. Also, a cover letter
would need to be provided explaining WHY a client letter cannot be given, and how OTHER provided documentation shows that there is a position waiting.
Then, it is up to the USCIS agent. A more lax agent may see this as no problem, wherein a stricter agent may see an issue with this.Or will my H1B be rejected? What are the other responses i might get?
Once the RFE is sent back, then the process continues and either the visa will be denied, or, it will be granted. You really are not going to get back any other responses.
1) This is a subjective matter;
2) The client letter is used to illustrate that there is an open position;
3) Your best bet is to send back everything the RFE requested with a client letter as well'
4) If you cannot produce a client letter, then you must send back everything else, along with a cover letter that explains (a) why a client letter cannot be produced and (b) that the documentation send otherwise clearly illustrates that there is a position open and waiting.
I hope this helps and clarifies. Good luck.
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