Have you received a NOID and are unsure of your next steps? Do you want to give yourself the best possibility of receiving approval after NOID? If the Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) has made its way to you, we very well may be able to help. It is entirely possible that our team of lawyers at Rijal Law Firm can transform this potential roadblock into a stepping stone on your immigration journey. A NOID might seem like a dead end, but, it could be a chance to bolster your case and enhance your prospects for approval.
Understanding the NOID
Firstly, the acronym: NOID stands for Notice of Intent to Deny. Crucially, the term “intent” signals that denial is not a foregone conclusion; rather, it’s a prospective action. It hasn’t occurred yet. Not by any means. As such, a NOID signifies an opportunity—a window to supplement your application with additional information, thus strengthening your position for a favorable outcome.
Crafting a Comprehensive NOID Response
Your NOID will most likely cover why the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is contemplating denying your petition. It may pinpoint the inadequacies in your previously submitted evidence, suggest areas where your case could be fortified, and so forth. This is where our experience can help.
We have a proven track record of successfully guiding clients through the intricate process of responding to NOIDs. Our team will meticulously review your evidence, documentation, and other pertinent details, and then put together a response that meets each requirement.
Time is of the Essence
The clock is ticking once the NOID arrives—30 days, to be precise. You have a one-month window to properly respond. Opting to collaborate with us ensures that every aspect of your NOID response is handled with precision and efficiency.
We understand the urgency, and we can meet the deadline while maximizing your chances of success.
Beyond NOID: Navigating RFEs
We can help with a NOID, yes, but we may be able to help with other potential stumbling blocks as well. Case in point: the Request for Evidence (RFE). This too demands meticulous arguments as well as a comprehensive collection of supporting documentation.
Our firm has also guided numerous clients through successful RFE responses, employing a detailed approach to enhance the likelihood of the most positive outcome.
Approval After NOID and Beyond
Receiving a NOID, an RFE, or any similar notice can be disheartening, even intimidating.
However, these are not outright rejections; they are chances. We can help you to make the most of them.
That said, at the Rijal Law Firm, our commitment extends beyond NOID and RFE responses. We’re equipped to navigate you through various complexities that may arise during the immigration process. To explore how we can assist you, take the first step by scheduling a free case evaluation on our website or by giving us a call.