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Responding to a Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID)

A Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) means that a USCIS officer reviewed your application package and found that you provided enough initial evidence but failed to establish that you are eligible for the immigration benefit for which you applied. A NOID will require your immediate action. In most cases, you will want to seek the assistance of an experienced attorney to help you show the USCIS that you meet the necessary requirements and that your case should be approved.

At Klinke Immigration, LLC we have helped hundreds of clients in handling NOIDs with responses that have led to successful approvals. Our Marietta immigration attorneys can get to work immediately to review your case and formulate the necessary information to be given to the USCIS on your behalf. We have years of experience and a 90 percent success rate in handling immigration matters.

Reach out to us at (678) 713-4255 for legal assistance with your NOID today.

NOID Reasons & Legal Handlings

Receiving a Notice of Intent to Deny can be upsetting and worrisome. However, it is important to remember that you have the right to respond to the Notice with pertinent information that may positively impact the USCIS decision.

Receiving a NOID generally means that your application or petition will likely be denied because:

  • You failed to provide sufficient documentation
  • Information has been found that would disqualify you for the benefit you seek (such as a criminal record, national security issue, or other evidence that you were not aware of when you applied)
  • You have failed to fulfill the requirements necessary for the benefit

You may have applied for a benefit that is within the USCIS officer’s discretion to approve but your information does not present a strong enough case for the officer to use his discretion favorably on your behalf.

How to Respond to a NOID

After receiving a NOID, you will have 30 days to respond. Because of this, it is vital that you seek the help of an attorney who has experience in handling NOID cases and to get your response submitted to the USCIS quickly. Getting a NOID does not automatically mean your case will be denied, but not responding will guarantee a denial.

Before responding, you will first want to look over the NOID carefully. USCIS officers can get facts wrong, and you and your attorney will want to resolve any obvious errors with evidence. Your immigration attorney can help you gather any documentation proving mistakes on the part of USCIS and present a strong NOID response to address the issue outlined by USCIS.

Has USCIS sent you a NOID? Connect with a Marietta attorney at Hope Immigration by calling (678) 713-4255 to ensure you submit your best, prompt response for case approval.