Mistakes People Make With a NOID Notice of Intent to Deny 

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Have you received a NOID Notice of Intent to Deny and aren’t sure what’s next? That’s perfectly understandable. But, we can help. There are certain mistakes that people make quite often when it comes to their NOID. Our immigration lawyers can provide the proper services to help your case. 

Wait Too Long 

Speaking of “sooner,” that’s how you want to respond to your NOID. You don’t have a lot of time when it comes to these. It’s perfectly understandable to want to procrastinate, to put it off, to not have to deal with something that can be so stressful. However, that’s not what you want to do. Deal with it as quickly as possible. As soon as you read the NOID and read it in full, contact an attorney. That’s one way you give yourself the best chance of the most positive outcome. 

Try to Do It Themselves 

You may have read to this part of the blog and thought: “why do I need someone else to respond to my NOID?” While it’s understandable and even somewhat noble to want to deal with this on your own, it’s not a good idea. The truth is that professional immigration attorneys are just that: professional. Here at the Rijal Law Firm, we’ve helped folks to respond to NOIDS for years. We know what the authorities are looking for. Moreover, we know what they aren’t looking for, too. As such, we can craft your NOID response in such a way as to give them exactly what they want, thus giving you the best chance of success. 

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The Proper Forms, the Proper Response 

Documentation is the building block of any immigration case. Birth certificates, marriage certificates, and financial papers are essential foundations, among other documents, that form the structure of a solid immigration case. The omission of even a single piece of required documentation might raise a red flag, and disrupt the smooth sailing of an immigration pursuit. Case in point: many come to us after they’ve already filed an incomplete application. This is one of the more common mistakes you can make yet it happens all of the time. As such, even the smallest mistake (or the smallest omission) could be what separates “a successful application” from a NOID. The stakes can rise once you’ve received a NOID. Completing forms with utmost meticulousness is another crucial step in the immigration process. Contrary to some assumptions, even minor errors such as typos can result in a NOID. 

Ensuring Your Eligibility 

Eligibility criteria is another critical aspect that applicants quite often overlook. The fulfillment of these prerequisites is paramount, and each immigration pathway has its unique set of stipulations. 

Providing deceptive information or falsifying records can lead not just to receiving a NOID, but also to a permanent inability to avail of immigration benefits. False information on forms or dishonesty during USCIS interviews are flagrant violations that can irreversibly tarnish an immigration pursuit. For example, when an applicant seeks a green card through marriage, there is an additional and crucial need to prove the legitimacy of the marriage. When you sit down with us for a free case evaluation, we’ll go over all of your options. From there, we’ll help you to pick the best one for you and yours. From there, we’ll vigorously pursue it so that you reach your immigration goals. 

Helping With More Than Just a NOID Notice of Intent to Deny 

At Rijal Law Firm, we shoulder the obligation of guiding you through this labyrinth of immigration intricacies. With our commitment to providing efficient and effective legal solutions, we stand with you every step of the way, working assiduously to dodge potential pitfalls and pitfalls and pave your path towards successful immigration. Everything that we’ve said above about a NOID can also be said about an RFE as well. Just as we’ve helped clients to respond to NOIDs, so too have we helped them to properly and successfully respond to RFEs as well. To see how we can help you, call us or message us through our site. Follow us on social media for updates on important immigration news

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