The July 2018 RFE and NOID Guidance: How to Avoid Case Denials in 2019 - Recording (.MP3)
On July 13, 2018, USCIS issued new guidance indicating that adjudicators have full discretion to deny applications, petitions, and requests without first issuing a Request for Evidence (RFE), Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID), or other notice to the applicant regarding the need for additional evidence. Our panel of experts will address how the new guidance has been applied by adjudicators and offer best practices for preparing cases in order to avoid summary denials.
- Submitting Specific Evidence at Filing to Avoid Summary Denials
- I-130 Petitions and Adjustment of Status Applications
- Humanitarian Cases, Including U Visas, VAWA Petitions, T Visas, and Asylum
- How Is USCIS Responding to Supplemented Documentation After Filing?
- Checklists and Review Systems for Filing Complete Packets: Best Practices
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