Did you recently receive a NOID and aren’t sure what to do next? Are you worried about responding properly to it? We understand how stressful it can be to receive a NOID and the uncertainty that comes along with it. While it’s natural to do so, we recommend that you do not panic. “NOID” is, after all, an acronym for “Notice of Intent to Deny.” It is not a denial. With a proper response constructed by an experienced attorney, approval after NOID is very possible.
What a NOID is and What it Means When You Receive One
To put it simply, a NOID tells you that an officer intends to deny your application, and, very importantly, it tells you why that is. The USCIS, more or less, issues a NOID so that you don’t have to go through very legal motions, appeals, re-petitioning, and the like. This may sound odd to say, but in many ways, a NOID is an opportunity. Specifically, it’s an opportunity to make a defense for yourself, to prove once and for all that you do deserve this. That’s what our attorneys can provide: the best possible case for yourself.
How Should You Respond to a Noid?
First, by reaching out to a law firm that’s experienced with responding to a NOID. Here at Rijal Law Firm, we have helped many over the years to put together a response that is supported by evidence and comprehensive documentation. Moreover, we recommend that you reach out to an experienced attorney as soon as possible. The truth is that you only have 30 days to respond to the NOID. A month may feel like a long period of time, but it may not be, particularly in the context of putting together all of the evidence necessary to mount your defense.
How Can a Lawyer from Rijal Law Firm Help?
We’re able to construct the strongest arguments on your behalf. It’s natural to want to respond to a NOID yourself, but it’s not recommended. For one reason, a NOID tends to address multiple issues. With our years of experience, we can submit evidence on your behalf that addresses each and every single issue mentioned in the NOID. When it comes to a NOID, you cannot afford to have a partial response, one that responds to only a few of the issues. To give yourself the best chance of success, you deserve to work with attorneys who know how to win approval after a NOID has been issued.
More Immigration Services Than Just Approval After NOID
There’s nothing easy about receiving a NOID. That said, it doesn’t mean that your immigration will be denied, it just means that you may need some help to give yourself the best opportunity to pursue the immigration path that you want. If you receive a NOID, we strongly recommend that you reach out to us for a free case evaluation. We’re happy to talk to you and figure out how we can help. You can do this by messaging us through our contact form or giving us a call.