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What's in a NOID/NOIR

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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I was wondering if anybody who has received an NOID/NOIR from USCIS would mind sharing what was asked from them for additional evidence. Thank you!


Never give up on anything God has told you to believe for; never quit doing anything He has clearly shown you to do. Your diligence will pay off with a blessing from God." -Joyce Meyers

K1 Journey

-Filed August 2009

-Approved October 2009

-Interview in Casablanca January 2010

-Results DENIED

CR1 Journey

-Married March 2010

-Filed June 2010

-Approved October 2010

-NVC Journey 13 Weeks

-Interview in Casablanca March 2011

-Results DENIED

-USCIS received May 10, 2011

-NOIR received January 30, 2012

-NOIR sent February 21, 2012

-NOIR received by USCIS February 22, 2012

-NOIR response February 28, 2012--REAFFIRMED!

-NVC received petition March 19, 2012

-Petition sent to Casa March 20, 2012

-Consulate called husband to set interview March 26, 2012

-Interview set for April 2, 2012 at 3pm!!

-Interview results--APPROVED!

-Civil documents in--April 5, 2012

-Consulate called April 6, 2012 to pick up visa following Monday

-IR1 received--April 9, 2012

-POE--May 9, 2012

-Applied SS card--May 23, 2012

-Received SS card--May 26, 2012

-Received Welcome Letter--May 29, 2012

-GC mailed--June 1, 2012

-Received 10 year GC--June 4, 2012

-Applied for citizenship--February/March 2015

-Request for more proof/evidence--July 2015

-Approved--July 2015

-Citizenship Ceremony-- August 2015

NO MORE IMMIGRATION!!????

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jordan
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Mine did not ask for specific documents. They wrote on there what the CO said and we had to send evidence to the contrary.

Just make sure when you send your evidence, that you are sending enough so that you are not leaving any doubt. You only get the one chance. The other thing to remember is to watch for it. Mine did not show up on the USCIS website and we only had 30 days to respond from the day that USCIS sent it. It took 8 days to come in the mail, so it left us less than 3 weeks to do everything we needed to do and get the response back to them.

We had gathered some stuff, but we sent additional documents once we received it in the mail.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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Mine did not ask for specific documents. They wrote on there what the CO said and we had to send evidence to the contrary.

Just make sure when you send your evidence, that you are sending enough so that you are not leaving any doubt. You only get the one chance. The other thing to remember is to watch for it. Mine did not show up on the USCIS website and we only had 30 days to respond from the day that USCIS sent it. It took 8 days to come in the mail, so it left us less than 3 weeks to do everything we needed to do and get the response back to them.

We had gathered some stuff, but we sent additional documents once we received it in the mail.

Thanks for taking the time to answer me :)


Never give up on anything God has told you to believe for; never quit doing anything He has clearly shown you to do. Your diligence will pay off with a blessing from God." -Joyce Meyers

K1 Journey

-Filed August 2009

-Approved October 2009

-Interview in Casablanca January 2010

-Results DENIED

CR1 Journey

-Married March 2010

-Filed June 2010

-Approved October 2010

-NVC Journey 13 Weeks

-Interview in Casablanca March 2011

-Results DENIED

-USCIS received May 10, 2011

-NOIR received January 30, 2012

-NOIR sent February 21, 2012

-NOIR received by USCIS February 22, 2012

-NOIR response February 28, 2012--REAFFIRMED!

-NVC received petition March 19, 2012

-Petition sent to Casa March 20, 2012

-Consulate called husband to set interview March 26, 2012

-Interview set for April 2, 2012 at 3pm!!

-Interview results--APPROVED!

-Civil documents in--April 5, 2012

-Consulate called April 6, 2012 to pick up visa following Monday

-IR1 received--April 9, 2012

-POE--May 9, 2012

-Applied SS card--May 23, 2012

-Received SS card--May 26, 2012

-Received Welcome Letter--May 29, 2012

-GC mailed--June 1, 2012

-Received 10 year GC--June 4, 2012

-Applied for citizenship--February/March 2015

-Request for more proof/evidence--July 2015

-Approved--July 2015

-Citizenship Ceremony-- August 2015

NO MORE IMMIGRATION!!????

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jordan
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Thanks for taking the time to answer me :)

It is very stressful going through this process because people don't really post the details about it.

The process is the same until you get to the embassy. Once it gets there the process can change. I had asked the NVC what to expect and what the embassy would need. They told me that they didn't know because every embassy handles it differently. I finally emailed the embassy. I had to email several times and get very specific in my emails because I kept getting different answers from the people who respond to the emails. They still did not tell me everything. At the interview they told my husband that he was approved, but they needed one more document from me. Once I sent it, they put us in AR and said it's because anytime they get a new document they have to review it.

It is great that Moroccan-Wife was able to let you know about Monica because she can give you the insight on the Casa embassy once it gets there, so hopefully you won't end up in my same situation.


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