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Old Aug 21st 2004, 11:35 pm   #1
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Exclamation Can I withdraw an L1-A application?

(hope the exclamation mark doesn't piss anyone off, but i'm running out of time)
Hi all,

My initial L1-A visa expired June 18th, and we submitted an application for renewal before then. We've had a request for additional evidence proving that the overseas firm exists.

However, since we made the application, there's been a death in my family and I've decided to stay in the UK for the next year anyway.
So what I want to do is simply withdraw the application. Does anyone know if this can be done and what the procedure is?
One concern I have is that they've already made the request for evidence. Can a withdrawl be made at this stage?
My I-129 was submitted to the California Service Center.

thanks...

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Old Oct 7th 2004, 11:19 pm   #2
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Default Re: withdraw L1-A renewal application

"jaskun" <member14535@british_expats.com> wrote in message
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    > My initial L1-A visa expired June 18th, and we submitted an application
    > for renewal before then. We've had a request for additional evidence pr-
    > oving that the overseas firm exists.
    > However, since we made the application, there's been a death in my fami-
    > ly and I've decided to stay in the UK for the next year anyway.
    > So what I want to do is simply withdraw the application. Does anyone kn-
    > ow if this can be done and what the procedure is?

The employer writes a letter to USCIS stating that it hereby withdraws the
L-1A extension petition, and encloses a copy of the RFE. There is no reason
to try to explain the withdrawal.

    > One concern I have is that they've already made the request for evidenc-
    > e. Can a withdrawl be made at this stage?

Yes.

    > My I-129 was submitted to the California Service Center.
 
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