All About Notice of Intent to Deny – 

Are you relaxing that you have successfully filed your immigration petition and will soon enter the US? A Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) can interrupt your happy time, and you may find yourself tangled in a complicated immigration issue. 

Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) is a notice from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to inform the petitioner that his immigration petition is on the verge of getting denied by the evaluating officer.  

What is a Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID)?

Is NOID different from Request for Evidence (RFE)? 

Yes, NOID and RFE are different. Typically, RFE is a notice issued when the evaluating officer thinks insufficient evidence exists to approve the immigration petition.

What to do if I received a NOID?

Do not panic when you receive a NOID. It is not the end of your immigration petition.

If you have received a NOID, stay calm. You must have known your further steps. Gather evidence to address the specific issues and make sure to file your response on time. Understanding the process can save you from denials or rejections, and you can better decide your further steps.