Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) and Request For Further Evidence (RFE)

Filing an immigration petition with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) can be a long, tedious and stressful process. This process can be made even more anxiety ridden, when USCIS issues a request for further evidence (RFE) or notice of intent to deny (NOID). If receiving an RFE or NOID were not enough, the time frame in which to reply can be as short as a few weeks. The short time frame along with the often complex nature of the RFE/NOID, requires a swift, accurate and well supported response. Responding to the RFE/NOID often requires the collection of additional evidence and re-emphasizing the validity of the petition. Although an RFE/NOID can be avoided through a properly prepared and evidenced petition, RFE/NOID requests are not uncommon.

We have a successful track record of overcoming RFEs and NOIDs. After a careful review of the petition that was originally filed with USCIS and the RFE/NOID, we swiftly and accurately develop a plan to attack and successfully overcome the USCIS request. We understand the sensitive nature of RFE/NOID responses and are experienced in drafting successful responses and receiving final case approvals.

Failure to respond to an RFE/NOID within the time given, will result in a denial of your petition. Additionally, responding without sufficient evidence will result in a denial of your petition. If you have received an RFE or NOID, time is of the essence. The sooner we become involved the sooner we can collect the necessary evidence, draft a timely response and receive a successful result, contact us today so that we can begin your appeal immediately.

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