USCIS Provides RFE and NOID Extensions Due to Coronavirus Outbreak

by Melsida Asatrian on Apr. 13, 2020

Immigration Immigration  Deportation Immigration  Visa 

Summary: The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that it will give certain petitioners more time to respond to requests for evidence and notices of intent to deny due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

immigration attorney nycThe United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that it will give certain petitioners more time to respond to requests for evidence and notices of intent to deny due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak [PDF version].

Petitioners who receive a request for evidence or a notice of intent to deny dated between March 1, 2020, and May 1, 2020, will have an additional sixty days to submit their responses. The additional 60 days are added to the deadline on the request for evidence or the notice of intent to deny.

This 60-day extension to respond to notices of intent to deny and requests for evidence applies only to notices or requests dated between March 1, 2020, and May 1, 2020.

We will update the site with more information on immigration news relating to the coronavirus outbreak as it becomes available.

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