Approval After NOID: Steps We Can Take for Your Success

Approval After NOID

Did you receive a NOID (Notice of Intent to Deny) and don’t know what to do? Are you worried that your petition is going to be rejected? We can help. Here at the Rijal Law Firm, we have helped many who were in the exact position you are right now to receive approval after NOID. The NOID doesn’t have to be the end, but rather, it can be turned into the next step on your immigration journey. 

What is a NOID? 

It’s important to note that the official acronym for “NOID” is “notice of intent to deny,” meaning that the intent to deny is in the future and not something that has already occurred. It is not a denial. You still have an opportunity. In fact, that’s what a NOID really is: an opportunity. Specifically, it’s an opportunity to be able to provide more information and give yourself the best chance for a successful outcome. 

What Should My NOID Response Include? 

Your NOID will in all likelihood include the reasons that the USCIS intends to deny your request, as well as why the evidence you submitted previously was deemed insufficient. Additionally, the NOID should supply examples of evidence that could potentially bolster your case. We can help with all of that. Our team has years of experience in preparing a successful NOID response for our clients. Now, we can put that experience to work for you. We can help you to go through your evidence, documentation, and more, so as to prepare the best possible response with the highest likelihood of success. 

How Long Do I Have to Respond to a NOID? 

You have 30 days maximum. So, you basically have one month to put together the best defense. If you work with us, we will ensure that all aspects of your NOID are completely handled in exact detail. We will do so in as efficient and quick a manner as possible, so as to meet the deadline. 

RFE Help as Well 

A NOID isn’t the only kind of potential complication we can help to guide you through on your immigration journey. We have also assisted so many clients over the years with their RFE response as well as (“Request for Evidence.”) Many of these necessitate lengthy, detailed arguments alongside carefully collected documentation for the best odds of a successful outcome. 

Approval After NOID

Attorneys to Guide You Every Step of the Way 

Receiving either a NOID, RFE or anything similar can be frustrating and even a bit scary. But, neither is a rejection in and of itself. They’re both a chance to get things right, to still be able to immigrate to the United States how you want. Here at the Rijal Law Firm, we can help you to respond to a NOID or an RFE, yes, but we can also guide you through many of the other complications that can arise during the immigration process. To see how we can help, schedule a free case evaluation with us through our site or by calling.

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