In, 2018 a Trump-era issued memorandum allowed immigration officers to deny incomplete or ineligible applications without issuing RFEs (Requests for Evidence) or NOIDs (Notices of Intent to Deny). The USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) recently announced that, going forward, in order to reduce the barriers to legal immigration and to allow for the correction of innocent mistakes, the Department will advise applicants via RFE or NOID that more evidence is needed before denying the application. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas says the new process will help to modernize the system and assist individuals process through the path to citizenship. An officer may determine that additional evidence may establish eligibility and then issue an RFE or NOID requesting that evidence.
If you, or someone you know, needs help through the immigration process, please call Cella & Associates on our national toll-free number 877.583.7080 and we will schedule a confidential consultation via Skype, Telephone or Zoom. In addition to English, consultations can be in Albanian, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
Visit our website at www.cellalaw.com or email us at inquiries@cellalaw.com.
**Cella & Associates will not prosecute cases which we know, or have reason to believe, are fraudulent or frivolous.
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