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Notice of Intent to Revoke

If you have received a Notice of Intent to Revoke (NOIR), it means that your approved immigration application or petition will be canceled; you will no longer be approved. This will obviously come as a blow to you if you are the petitioner and to anyone else in your family whom it affects. Despite the anxiety that such a Notice can cause, you should not give up hope. Our Marietta immigration attorneys have dealt with many cases in which this occurred. We can work on your behalf to try to remedy the situation through the proper channels and with strong advocacy.

Find out how we can work to oppose a canceled immigration approval by contacting us at (678) 713-4255.

Information about NOIRs

Unlike a Request for Additional Evidence (RFE) or a Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID), which are actions of the government on a petition or application that has not been adjudicated (a final decision has not been made), a Notice of Intent to Revoke (NOIR) revokes a previously approved application or petition.

The NOIR will explain the reasons the USCIS wants to reverse their previous decision and will give the applicant or petitioner a reasonable period of time to submit evidence to show why the petition should not be revoked. The petitioner must respond within the time allotted or the revocation will take place and the petitioner will have lost his or her immigration status.

Sometimes the government may issue a NOIR in error, but proper procedures must still be followed and deadlines must still be met in order to maintain your lawful status in the United States.

NOIRs generally are issued when the USCIS receives new evidence about the case that shows that its approval of an application or petition was a mistake. This may happen when an immigration official comes across the new evidence or finds that circumstances have changed that would lead to a denial.

Get Skilled Legal Help from an Atlanta Immigration Attorney

Depending on the circumstances of your situation, we may be able to convince the USCIS that your petition or application should not be revoked. Our firm has worked on many complex and difficult cases dealing with NOIRs and NOIDs (Notice of Intent to Deny) that we were successful at overturning. With the proper application of law, standards of evidence, and clarifying inconsistencies, we may be able to turn your case around to a reaffirmed status as well.

For legal help in responding to a NOIR, contact Hope Immigration at (678) 713-4255.