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Thanks for the quick response. Just to clarify that in the RFE thre are some other evidence required .. these additional ones does not have to be filed within the previous status, right? since now i don't have that previous status.
So all i need to do is to provide that back then when i filed (i.e. Jul 21) i was on payroll ...
What are the other evidences that they are asking for?
Reason for Change of Status/Extension: The instructions for completing the application require the applicant to submit a written statement explaining, in detail, the reasons for the request to extend their stay in the United States, including why the extended stay would be temporary; whatarrangements have been made to depart the United States; and any effect the extended stay may have on the applicant's(s') foreign employment or residency.
Submit photocopies of your last two pay records prior to the filing of the present application to establish that you have been maintained a valid L1B status. If employment termination occurred, provide a letter from the employer's official representative indicating employment periods (From - To) and last date of duty. You may provide a combination of the following or similar types of evidence. Such evidence may include but is not limited to:
Your reply is very much comforting :) i almost got panic when i see that pdf...
Let me summarize what i have to submit
1) A statement (reason for change of status, future plans and etc) Do i need to really purchase flight ticket or anything?
2) a letter from company official rep mentioning my exact last day?
3) last two pay stub or payroll summary, i guess those will show my last day too
4) another written statement explaining my initial filing was not delayed, with the prove of pay stub...
sounds fine to you?
Perfect! Thank you so much again.
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