Requests for Evidence and Notices of Intent to Deny
Requests for Evidence (“RFEs”) and Notices of Intent to Deny (“NOIDs”) are given when the government needs more information or documents to support the immigration benefit a person is seeking. RFEs and NOIDs are extremely time-sensitive and typically provide only 30-90 days to gather and submit additional evidence.
When faced with a RFE or NOID, the first step is to carefully review the government letter because it will state what additional evidence the government needs before it can approve a person’s application. In addition to gathering the necessary evidence to respond to the RFE, a careful review by a licensed attorney and a letter in support of the case can be invaluable.
If you received a Request for Evidence or Notice of Intent to Deny, our experienced legal team can discuss how to respond. Call today at (540) 358-5593 to reserve a free consultation.