On July 13, 2018, USCIS announced that it will be changing its policy to allow USCIS adjudicators/employees the power to deny cases without issuing a Request for Evidence (RFE) or Notice of Intent To Deny (NOID).
This move will rescind the previous policy memorandum issued by USCIS in 2013. So, What does this mean for immigrant families trying to file for a visa for a family member? It basically means you will have to make sure you are compliant with the necessary documents requested from immigration. There will be no wiggle room. Failure to comply your case may be denied without you receiving an RFE or NOID. USCIS adjudicators now have full and complete control to deny your case based on their discretion.
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