Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'denials'.
Hello, we have submitted the CR1 to the USCIS this Sunday on May 29th 2022. We only now noticed that we did not photograph the back of my birth certificate. Because of that I wanted to ask if this could be a reason for the CR1 to be denied for us or to be sent back? Is there any way to submit it now so we don't have to wait 2 months to be potentially denied? Thank you!
‘Innocent mistakes’ will no longer cost immigrants their green cards or visas https://www.yahoo.com/news/innocent-mistakes-no-longer-cost-162638119.html ‘Innocent mistakes’ will no longer cost immigrants their green cards or visas Daniel Shoer Roth Wed, June 23, 2021, 12:26 PM Immigration authorities in the United States have rescinded one of the policies implemented by the Trump administration that had one of the most profound negative impacts on legal immigrants with pending or upcoming applications. The 2018 policy had granted U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) adjudicators broader authority to issue case denials over mistakes or missing documents without giving applicants the opportunity to fix them and provide additional documentation. It “resulted in USCIS denying certain benefit requestors an immigration benefit even though they would have demonstrated their eligibility if given the chance to provide additional evidence,” the Department of Homeland Security agency said in a policy alert issued earlier this month. The rescinded guidance affected almost all immigration applications, petitions and requests, including U.S. citizenship, permanent residence or green cards and visas. [balance of article removed by VJ Moderation, to comply with "fair use" protocols]