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Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID)

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We have helped hundreds of people respond successfully to notices of intent to deny (NOID). If you have received a notice of intent to deny, it usually means that the government will deny your immigration request either because you didn’t submit adequate documentation or because it has found disqualifying information. In most cases, the government official who evaluated your application is applying discretion in making a decision against you. The government may reverse its initial assessment if you respond with additional justification.

Two factors are critical in responding to notices of intent to deny. First, you must respond within 30 days. Second, an attorney experienced in immigration law will be able to evaluate the notice and help you in securing the documentation that may be persuasive to the immigration official.

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