Legal Proceedings and H1B Extension Concerns.


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Last year, I had a legal issue involving a Domestic Violence (DV) case. After some legal proceedings, the charge was changed to disorderly conduct, and the DV charge was dismissed. However, a new case for disorderly conduct was opened, and following my attorney's advice, I pleaded no contest, resulting in a fine from the judge and the case's closure. Recently, my employer applied for an H1B extension and received a receipt notice. I'm worried about a potential background check by USCIS and the chance of receiving a Request for Evidence (RFE) or having the application revoked. Could you explain if USCIS conducts background checks for the I-129 (H1B extension) application? Your help would be appreciated.

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