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USCIS to Temporarily Allow Delayed Responses for Requests for Evidence and Notices

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By: Angelita Chavez-Halaka; Armando Escobedo; Gladys Gervacio, Jacqueline Valle

Summary

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that it will be flexible with delays from applicants and petitioners who are required to respond to requests for evidence (RFEs), notices of intent to deny (NOIDs), notices of intent to revoke (NOIR), notices of intent to terminate (NOIT) regional investment centers and notice of appeal or motion (Form I-290B) dated between March 1 and July 1, 2020.  

what will happen if you cannot respond to notices issued between march 1 and july 1, 2020?

USCIS will consider any responses that are submitted within 60 calendar days after the deadline listed in the RFE, NOID, NOIR, NOIT, or appealable decisions within AAO jurisdiction.

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