Notice Of Intent To Deny Attorney Based In Florida

Whenever you are issued a Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID) good immigration help is needed to cure the deficiency in the filing or to overcome the alleged ineligibility cited by USCIS. When issued to the I-485 Applicant, USCIS is stating a deficiency in filing, either that the applicant or petitioner failed to include a needed application or document. Oftentimes, a NOID is issued to the I-130 Petitioner notifying him/her that the beneficiary will be denied based on prior marriage fraud or other ineligibility that is documented in the USCIS record. If this is your situation, a licensed experienced immigration attorney, like me, should immediately be retained to overcome the alleged disqualification.

You can only overcome the disqualification with legal and/or factual evidence, not a claim that you are sorry. A licensed experienced immigration attorney knows the law and will give you the best chance of approval. I have successfully overcome many NOIDs for clients throughout the United States. Choose wisely from whom you seek good help.


From his offices in Orlando and Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Peter Loblack is always fighting for clients anywhere in and outside the United States.

No matter where you live, and no matter what you need—a family-based green card, a work visa, an expungement of your criminal record— your first step in the immigration process is choosing your attorney wisely. Find an attorney who will use every available resource to fight for you, an attorney who will meet you where you are to help you get to where you want to go.

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