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When the U.S. Government Is Not Satisfied With Your U.S. Visa Application | How to Respond to RFE, NOIDS or Intent to Revoke Visa Status.

We have witnessed the sheer panic in clients eyes, when they walk into our office for the first time with an Request for Additional Evidence (RFE), Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID), or Intent to Revoke Visa status. Some have used attorneys, and some have filed their case without an immigration lawyer. The below infographic, and description on "How to respond to RFE" is designed to help foreign nationals respond to receipt of such a notice from the Department of Homeland Security, USCIS, with productive and helpful steps alongside his or her attorney.

Calendaring dates, and following strategy is key. Our lawyers use the below basic steps and approach when Notices are issued with intents to deny application without a correct and timely legal response:


The need to be exact with the law,not to mention the high stakes involved, requires experienced U.S. Immigration counsel when responding in RFE's, NOIDS and Intent to Deny notice.

You may contact our lawyers for a free initial consultation by emailing your request to [email protected] or by calling our law offices listed conveniently at www.vasselllaw.com.

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