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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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My husband had his interview in May 2011. He was told that the paperwork was being sent back to USCIS which they received it on 6/29. I have received notification it was received by USCIS. At his interview he was told that USCIS would be contacting me to see if I wished to continue. I have had alot of help and suggestions from this site. I was told about a NOID/NOIR. I researched this term on this site and have come to the conclusion that my husband didn't receive the NOID at his interview. Can anyone help me with more information pertaining to this?

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My husband had his interview in May 2011. He was told that the paperwork was being sent back to USCIS which they received it on 6/29. I have received notification it was received by USCIS. At his interview he was told that USCIS would be contacting me to see if I wished to continue. I have had alot of help and suggestions from this site. I was told about a NOID/NOIR. I researched this term on this site and have come to the conclusion that my husband didn't receive the NOID at his interview. Can anyone help me with more information pertaining to this?

Hi gayle -- sorry you're going through this as well. They're not going to give him the NOID at the interview. At least they didn't provide it to any of the people who I know had their cases sent back to USCIS. The beneficary was never given a reason other than the petition was not going to be approved today and the case was going back. What I've highlighted was pretty much what they're telling people. Again, sorry hope they provide more information soon.

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Filed: Country: Jamaica
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Cgayle - Although people here can give you guidance - No one can answer the specifics of the questions that you are asking on this site. You need to go over EVERYTHING that happened at the interview with a fine tooth comb - you say you received notice from the USCIS that they have the packet back = how did you receive notice, what did the notice say? That is where the information you need to find out is located - Call the NVC, call the DOS, call your senator, call your congressman, call the President if you can get through! I can only imagine how frustrated you are and upset - but please harrass the hell outta the USCIS and every govt official you can get a hold of until someone gives you an answer or a clue of how to move forward.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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Cgayle - Although people here can give you guidance - No one can answer the specifics of the questions that you are asking on this site. You need to go over EVERYTHING that happened at the interview with a fine tooth comb - you say you received notice from the USCIS that they have the packet back = how did you receive notice, what did the notice say? That is where the information you need to find out is located - Call the NVC, call the DOS, call your senator, call your congressman, call the President if you can get through! I can only imagine how frustrated you are and upset - but please harrass the hell outta the USCIS and every govt official you can get a hold of until someone gives you an answer or a clue of how to move forward.

I received the notice in the mail today. It stated "This is to advise you that we have received the above application or petition back from the Department of State, along with their request that it be reviewed. We will notify you of any action we take on this case." It was a I-797C Notice of Action Form.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Russia
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My husband had his interview in May 2011. He was told that the paperwork was being sent back to USCIS which they received it on 6/29. I have received notification it was received by USCIS. At his interview he was told that USCIS would be contacting me to see if I wished to continue. I have had alot of help and suggestions from this site. I was told about a NOID/NOIR. I researched this term on this site and have come to the conclusion that my husband didn't receive the NOID at his interview. Can anyone help me with more information pertaining to this?

NOID is issued by USCIS. They will review the notes of the Consular officer, invesigate and send you the NOID or NOIR at which point I believe you have 30 days to respond.

I would disagree with the advice to call congressman etc at this point. You need to keep in touch with USCIS make sure you get the document and respond with evidence to prove your validity of marriage or counter any negative issues brought up by consular

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Cgayle, Sorry your going thru this, I'm going thru this as well. Depending on the Consulate,your husband should have been given a Letter stating the reason for the Visa denial. You can contact your congressmans office( you will need to sign a release form so they can act on your behalf. They might be able to find out why it was denied. NVC and DOS have nothing to do with your petition. your back at the start so to speak with USCIS. I would suggest contacting a good immigration lawyer. You need to find out the reason for the denial, The noid will tell you why, but you only have 30 days to respond. Dont wait until you receive the letter. The notice you recieved from USCIS should say they should respond within the 5 month normal processing time. I hope this helps. . . Stay Strong !!! and Good Luck

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jordan
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Count the 120 days from the date that your case was sent back from the embassy. IF you reach the 120 days and have not heard from USCIS, call them and put in a service request. Once you receive your NOID you do have 30 days to respond, but it is 30 days from the date on the letter. That means that you will have about 3 weeks to respond. The NOID will tell you what the CO's reasons were for sending back and for you to send evidence to prove otherwise.

I wouldn't call your congress person at this point either. Once it is sent back it is another waiting game...at least for 120 days before you can contact someone and at that point you need to contact USCIS. When I called for the service request, I heard back pretty quickly.

There are some people that have had their cases are reaffrimed without ever receiving the NOID. Right now you need to be diligent about checking your mail. My case status was never updated, nor did I receive an email telling me that the NOID had been sent. Hopefully, this process is quick for you.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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what paperwork did he receive from the IV unit on interview day? ask him to scan it and email it to you.


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