On April 3 i got mail from USCIS to submit the below documents
his office regrets to inform you that your visa application is refused because you have been found ineligible to receive a visa under Section 221(g) of the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act. This ineligibility may be overcome by providing additional documents marked below. You must email these documents to us at E-mails are not allowed.
Petitioner’s Income Tax Return for the last two tax years and financial statements
A copy of Service Contract between the petitioner and the company where you will work
A work requirement statement for you from the company where you will work
after we days i have submited the requested documents and finally on 27th of Aug recieved email from USCIS saying below
This office regrets to inform you that it is unable to issue a visa to you because you have been found ineligible to receive a visa under Section 221(g) of the immigration and Nationality Act.
Section 221(g) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) prohibits a consular officer from issuing a visa to an alien if the consular officer has reason to believe that the alien is ineligible. Based on indications that your petition contains inaccurate information, we are returning it to the Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS) of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for review and possible revocation. If CIS determines that the information we are providing constitutes sufficient foundation for initiating revocation proceedings, you will be sent a notice of intent to revoke that includes a statement of the facts and evidence and you will have the opportunity to respond.
Under INA 222(f), which addresses the confidentiality of visa records, we are unable to provide any further detail.
can anyone let me know how to proceed further and how can we know what inaccurate information has been provided.