Did you recently receive a NOID and aren’t sure what to do next? Are you looking for the simplest, best way to receive approval after NOID? We may be able to help. We understand how frustrating or even scary it can be to receive a NOID, but it doesn’t mean that you’ve been denied. In fact, it means that you still have a chance. It means that to make a correct assessment, they’re going to need more information. We can help in a variety of ways.
Yes, You May Have More Time, But…
If you’ve received a NOID, the best course of action is to reach out to an experienced attorney that can help. In the majority of cases, the USCIS will give you 30 days to respond to the NOID (in some cases, due to some recent rule changes, you may have 45 days). Either way, that isn’t much time. By reaching out to an experienced attorney, you give yourself the best chance to successfully give the USCIS.
What Your Response Should Contain and Why
Essentially, it should address any and all of the issues that have been mentioned in your NOID. While the documentation can be difficult to parse, for the most part, the USCIS will tell you what it is that they want in the NOID so that they can make a determination. We know how to provide what they’re asking for as we have a proven track record of helping folks who are in the same position you are right now to be able to continue their immigration journey. Now, we can put that experience to work for your case.
What to Do If You’re Rejected
Even those with a strong case may still have their petition denied. Should that occur, it’s important to remember that you still have options. You are not out of luck by any means. You could, for example, re-file the petition. That could be the best option if you believed that your petition was denied due to errors that could be fixed. Alternatively, you could file a legal motion to reopen your case. Indeed, we’ve done that for clients when new evidence comes to light that bolsters their case. Another option: you could file for a different visa.
More Than Just Help With Approval After NOID
No matter where you are in the process, we may be able to help. If you’ve just received a NOID, we can put together the best possible case. Or, if you’ve already had your petition denied, we could help you to choose the best option moving forward. A NOID doesn’t have to be a setback. Indeed, with the right team by your side, you very well could get to where you want to go. For a free consultation, you can reach us through our site or call (855) 997-4525.