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Notices of Intent to Deny & Requests for Evidence

When USCIS finds that the petitioner has not met his burden of proving eligibility for an immigration benefit, USCIS may issue a Request for Evidence (RFE) or a Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID). In either case, time is of the essence, and only a swift, thorough response will satisfy USCIS.

Why do I need an attorney?

The quality of a response to an RFE or NOID can mean the difference between an approval and a denial in your case. Because most RFEs and NOIDs implicate crucial evidentiary aspects of the case, seasoned immigration assistance is necessary in most cases.

What will Poarch Law do for me?

At Poarch Law, we respond to NOIDs and RFEs in the context of a variety of immigration benefits. We prepare highly detailed responses to USCIS and we carefully set out the necessary legal burden and supporting evidence to unequivocally demonstrate your eligibility for the immigration benefit. Poarch Law consults nationally on these cases, especially in the international adoption context. Contact us now to schedule a consultation.

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