FORM I-290B – MOTION TO REOPEN
Depending on your case type, Form I-290B, Notice of Appeal, or Motion can be used to file a Motion to Reopen with USCIS. A Motion to Reopen presents new facts, and evidence, that demonstrates the adverse decision was incorrect. While a Motion to Reconsider is based on the evidence present when the case was originally filed, a Motion to Reopen examines newly presented evidence relevant to the case.
A perfect example of when you would file a Motion to Reopen is if USCIS denies your N-400 application stating you did not register for selective service, but you have evidence showing you did.
Our fee structure is unique to us as we strive to tailor our services for each client individually. We adapt price standards that are capable of fluctuating for each client. Clients may retain us for one or all the above steps/services of an I-290B Motion to Reopen.
We are happy to customize a proposal for you during a consultation. Please see the below information.
CASE PROCESSING OVERVIEW
Step 1: Strategy Session for I-290B Motion to Reopen
This is the most crucial step for your entire I-290B Motion to Reopen. We will review USCIS’s denial decision with all of the previously submitted supporting documents to create a strategy, a customized checklist, and a timeline to serve as the guiding foundation for the entire case preparation.
Step 2: Prepare and Submit I-290B Motion to Reopen
Our attorneys will craft your Motion to Reopen arguments and complete all forms, organize supporting documents, and assemble the crafted arguments into the proper application formats. After a thorough review, we will then submit the application to USCIS.
Step 3: Respond to Request for Evidence (RFE) or Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID)
In the event, USCIS issues a Request for Evidence (RFE) or Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID), our attorneys will craft a response in a timely manner to fight for the approval of your Motion to Reopen.
SAMPLE & TEMPLATES
Attorney Brief: [coming soon] We will provide an attorney brief sample for the I-290B motion.
Cover Letter: [coming soon] We will also provide a cover letter sample for the I-290B motion.
Sample Request for Evidence: [coming soon] Requests for evidence can be used to strengthen the case.
Sample Checklist: [coming soon] We look at the client’s unique situation and create customized checklists to strengthen their cases.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are "new facts" for Motion to Reopen?
A Motion to Reopen requires new facts, which can consist of affidavits or other documentation that demonstrates eligibility for the required immigration benefit. New facts entail information or changed factual circumstances that were not considered and could not have been presented in the initial proceeding.
Can I file a Motion to Reopen a petition that was denied to due to failure to respond to request of evidence?
How much time do I have to file a Motion to Reopen?
Will USCIS accept a late filing of a Motion to Reopen?
How long will it take to get an answer on my Motion to Reopen?
Can I do both a Motion to Reopen and a Motion to Reconsider at the same time?
What are the chances of success of filing a Motion to Reopen? Is this worth doing?
What documents do I need to prepare to file a Motion to Reopen?
What can I do if my Motion to Reopen is denied?
Is it worth the cost?
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