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Appealing USCIS denial of extension of visitor visa status

The USCIS may grant the I-539 application, request further evidence (RFE) or deny the application. Sometimes the application may be denied after the USCIS receives further evidence. In practice some RFE notices are vague. A foreign national who does not understand what the USCIS wants may send irrelevant evidence or insufficient evidence to prove eligibility.

At other times the USCIS reviewing officer gets it wrong and sends the foreign national an improper written notice of denial. The notice will set out the reasons for the denial and require the foreign national to leave the United States within (30 or 33 days). This notice also informs the foreign nationals of her right to appeal within 30 days of the decision (33 days if the decision was mailed). Continue reading

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Never mail a single document to USCIS unless you do this

The documents that must be filed with USCIS in an adjustment of status, removal of condition or other green card case are time-sensitive. Your case may be denied if the right document is filed late.

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