Taking the Right Path to Approval After NOID

Approval After NOID

Did you recently get a NOID and don’t know what to do? Does it feel like your application was already rejected? First, it’s important to remember that no, it hasn’t been rejected. Not yet. There’s still time. That’s where we can help. Here at the Rijal Law Firm, we have helped many who were in the exact position that you are right now. They reached out to us and we helped them to secure approval after NOID. Now, we can put that experience to work for you. 

What is a NOID? 

For starters, it’s not a rejection. It’s not a “no.” Think of it like getting an “incomplete” on an assignment. Actually, it signals that you still have a shot at successful completion. You do have to respond to it properly and on time. But, you have a real chance. 

What Should I Do if I Receive a NOID? 

First things first—take a deep breath. The clock is ticking with a NOID, typically giving you a mere 30 days. That’s not a long time, but it’s not due tomorrow, either. This is the moment when many folks reach out to an experienced attorney. 

Next, make a copy. Some folks don’t even finish reading the entire document before making a physical copy. Sure, snapping a pic on your phone is okay, but having a tangible duplicate is crucial. 

Why? Because your NOID needs to be in your response package. Lose it, and the chances of obtaining a new one in time are slim. Simplify your life by making a copy right away.

What Can I Do to Receive Approval After NOID? 

To give yourself the best possible chance, reach out to an attorney that’s helped with NOIDs before. Indeed, navigating the complexities of immigration law, especially when faced with a NOID requires the expertise of a seasoned immigration attorney. 

Responding to a Notice of Intent to Deny involves understanding the reasons behind USCIS’s potential denial of your petition. The provided list of reasons serves as a crucial starting point for crafting a strategic response. Addressing each issue raised in the NOID is imperative; a piecemeal approach is often insufficient to secure approval.

We can help you to meticulously gather and submit substantial evidence for each reason stated in the notice.

How Can an Attorney Help Specifically? 

Every case is different. But, we tend to favor an “over-evidencing” strategy, ensuring thorough coverage of all issues raised by USCIS. 

There are no restrictions on the volume or type of evidence you can submit, as long as it directly relates to your case. 

Considering that your response to the USCIS NOID will likely comprise a substantial bundle of documents, a cover letter becomes indispensable. This letter serves to provide clarity on the content of new documents, additional evidence, and revisions or changes made to existing documents. Its purpose is to guide USCIS officials through the submitted materials, ensuring a comprehensive understanding of your case.

In addition to presenting new evidence, revising and closely reviewing previously submitted documents is crucial. If initial submissions lack clarity or fail to communicate specific information effectively, revisions are essential.

Approval After NOID

How Can Rijal Law Firm Help? 

We can help you through every step of the NOID process. Instead of trying to put it all together yourself, you’ll have an experienced pro by your side guiding you through it all. To see how we can help, schedule a free case evaluation through our site or by giving us a call.

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