Category Archives: Denial Notice from USCIS
Criminal Immigration Fraud
Criminal Immigration Fraud Immigration fraud is a term that is used to describe a fraudulent immigration act. Performing fraudulent immigration acts may result in federal criminal charges and penalties. The federal government takes all allegations of fraud connecting to immigration very seriously. Individuals that are accused of committing fraudulent acts can face criminal prosecution,… Read More »
What are the Most Common Reasons for U-Visa Denials?
What are the Most Common Reasons for U-Visa Denials? Most Common Reasons for U-Visa Denials According to the latest USCIS study several reasons were found why a petition was denied, however, only a few occurred with such frequency that USCIS could develop an estimate of the occurrence relative to the population of denied petitions…. Read More »
What to do When You Receive Denial Notice from USCIS
The last thing you want to hear from USCIS is bad news – and there may be nothing worse than receiving the dreaded Denial Notice months and months after filing your I-130 family-based immigrant petition. Many times the first call I receive is from a confused and upset family member wanting to know “Why… Read More »