Case Denied! Now What? Strategies and Remedies After an NIV Petition Denial - Recording (.MP3)
With the recent increase in USCIS Requests for Evidence and denials, practitioners need to know the practical considerations when the nonimmigrant visa (NIV) petition is denied. Our panel of experts will share strategies and discuss next steps to take after receiving a denial of an NIV petition.
- Current Trends of Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) Appeals and Statistics: How Successful Are They?
- Supplement the Record? Motion to Reopen vs. Motion to Reconsider
- One Option: Refiling the Petition
- Taking the Case to Federal Court
- How to Proceed
- What Makes a Good Federal Court Case? How Much Does the Record Need to Be Supplemented?
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