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How to respond to a consular request for additional evidence?

Question Details: I went to consular EB2 immigrant visa interview and the officer insisted I needed 10 years of experience to qualify for E2 visa, and I told him that I have advanced degree and it was on that basis that my I-140 was approved. He later put me on administrative processing and gave me a paper requesting for evidence of work experience and qualifications for E2 visa. I am thinking of sending copy of my Master's degree, transcript, a one and half year experience letter from my previous employer, and an offer letter from my prospective employer indicating requirement for a Master's degree for the job. Is this sufficient? How do I proceed?

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