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USCIS Scrutiny

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This week, Murthy Law Firm attorneys will answer questions regarding the increased scrutiny by the USCIS of petitions and applications for immigration benefits.

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My h1b renewal is recently approved before scrutinity order and i am going for visa stamping in vancouver, canada soon. is it possible due to this order ,  will be I get more scrutinized at consulate ? . What does more scrutiny means ? will they check all past history of employment ? Do i need to carry all previous employment LCA + paystubs ? 

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On 11/2/2017 at 9:31 PM, kalpesh24 said:

My h1b renewal is recently approved before scrutinity order and i am going for visa stamping in vancouver, canada soon. is it possible due to this order ,  will be I get more scrutinized at consulate ? . What does more scrutiny means ? will they check all past history of employment ? Do i need to carry all previous employment LCA + paystubs ? 

It is probably best to prepare for the interview by speaking with your H1B attorney. Otherwise, you can call our office to speak to one of our attorneys. 

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