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    I am filing for OPT extension, so I have a few questions regarding the documents that need to be submitted to USCIS for OPT extension.

    1. Do I need to submit last 3 month pay stubs and offer letter both? or just offer letter is enough?

    2. Will there be a less chance to get RFE if I submit last 3 month pay stubs even though pay stubs are not required? If I get RFE, How many months pay stubs will be asked by USCIS?

    3. Can I take any precautions while filing for OPT extension to reduce the risk of getting RFE?

    Thanks in advance!

  • #2
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    • #3
      u just need your offer letter...don't submit extra documents...


      • #4
        Sign I20 extension..Keep original and send xerox of it(Keep Scan one in email for safety)
        I 765 Form
        I 94 Front and Back Photocopy
        Photocopy of Passport Page which contains ur picture
        Photocopy of previously issued EAD card
        Check Payable to US Dept. of Homeland Security for 380$
        US Style Passports and
        Official or Unofficial Transcripts
        1. No 2. No 3. Make sure that your documents are good, address is correct and everything is perfect thats the most you can do


        • #5
          2 hmm it depends they ask for u r history on ur opt .. they want to check u are not unemployed more than 90 days