NOID Notice of Intent to Deny: What You Need to Know

NOID Notice of Intent to Deny

Did you receive a NOID Notice of Intent to Deny and aren’t sure what to do next? Are you feeling frustrated, confused, or maybe even a bit frantic? That’s understandable. No one wants to receive one of these, certainly. However, it’s not an outright denial. It’s just a request for more information. So, you still have a chance. We can help. 

Below are some facts that our attorneys wish that more people knew when they receive a NOID. 

Hire an Attorney As Soon As Possible 

You have 30 days to respond to a NOID. That’s it. That’s not a long period of time. The longer you wait to reach out to an experienced attorney, the lower your odds could be of a successful resolution. 

After all, so much of responding to a NOID is responding properly. They’re telling you what they want and how they want it, yes, but, having an experienced attorney on your side gives you the best possible chance to respond to it exactly right. 

Moreover, while a NOID does give you a chance, yes, it’s important to remember that, if you receive one, well, they really are intending to deny you. Should you get a NOID, you are on track for a denial. 

As such, your odds of being able to respond successfully to this NOID without the help of an attorney are rather low. We have helped many to be able to help so many who received a NOID and were eventually accepted. Now, we can do the same for you. 

Yes, a NOID Notice of Intent to Deny Can Be Overcome 

As scary as a NOID can be, it’s not a rejection, not in and of itself. It’s a chance to present a defense of yourself. That we can do. We can make the most compelling possible case on your behalf.

How do we do that? Through making the strongest arguments for you, of course, but also through extensive evidence and documentation. A good way to think of a NOID is: “You haven’t lost. But, at this moment, you are losing.” We can step in and address your NOID as comprehensively and rapidly as possible so that you have a genuine opportunity to get what you want. 

Even if You’re Denied, Actions Can Be Taken 

Sometimes, it happens: even after responding to a NOID, your petition was still denied. That doesn’t mean, however, that you’re out of options. Indeed, we’ve helped many who were in that exact position. 

For example, depending on which visa you’re petitioning for, we may be able to appeal the decision with the (AA) “Administrative Appeals Office.” 

You could refile your petition, you could make a legal motion to reopen the case, and so forth. Both of those, as you might imagine, are best served by having an experienced attorney to present a case on your behalf. 

NOID Notice of Intent to Deny

An Immigration Law Firm By Immigrants for Immigrants 

Receiving a NOID or Notice of Intent to Deny can be destabilizing. It’s natural to feel shocked when you get one, to put off dealing with it. However, that’s not the right course of action. A NOID can be turned around, but reaching out to an experienced attorney is your chance to do so. We’ve helped others and we can help you. 

That said, some who have had their petition denied came to us and discovered, after meeting with our attorneys, that there was actually another immigration path that would be a better fit for them. When you contact us, we can lay out your options. 

For a free case evaluation, message us through our site or call. 

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