Respond Quickly to Notices of Intent to Deny

Why Did I Receive A Notice?

Notice of Intent to Deny is very straightforward. This notice is sent by USCIS when they feel that there is a critical defect in the EB-5 application. In the past, Intents to Deny were only sent by USCIS as a last communication before denial. However, in recent months, we have seen the Notice used in lieu of an RFE.

Course of Action

If your application has received a Notice of Intend to Deny (NOID), USCIS’s questions will generally pertain to the investor’s source of funds documents. A comprehensive and well documented response by your investment immigration attorney to USCIS’s concerns is the appropriate action to take in response to a NOID. Work closely with your attorney to provide the required documents and any needed explanation.  

Be Mindful of Time Constraints

The applicant is given a very limited amount of time to respond to the reason for the intent to deny expressed by USCIS, so it is critical you work quickly and decisively. Work closely with your investment immigration attorney to comprehensively respond to the questions expressed by USCIS. If the response is adequate, there is no reason to see a denial.

For more information about how to compile a successful application, contact Jatoi & de Kirby, APC at 415-221-2345. Experienced EB-5 lawyers want to help you succeed with EB-5.  

Vaughan de Kirby
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San Francisco California EB-5 Investment Immigration Attorney

EB-5 Extended to September 30th 2020

Obtain a United States Green Card with a qualified investment of $900,000 in a USCIS Approved Regional Center. We have set our clock to September 30th 2020, however Congress is considering new legislation which will increase the qualified investment to $1,000,000. This change could happen at any time and the $1,000,000 could become the law with little or no notice. If a Green Card is important to you and your family please contact our office immediately.

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