Denial of Visa Applications
Garden City Immigration Attorney – (516) 806-4070
Are you attempting to enter the United States of America using a visa application
but have since been told that your visa was denied? How and when you choose
to react to the denial will decide your future and whether or not you
can enter and stay inside the U.S. You may be able to
appeal the denial but it might not be straightforward.
In order to successfully appeal your denial of visa application, you should
start by first
contacting Kapoor Law Firm and our immigration lawyers in Garden City. We are backed by years of
experience focused on complex
immigration law and a history of
successful case results that have allowed countless of people in positions just like yours find
their American dream. Perhaps more importantly than our knowledge and
know-how is our compassion; our legal team genuinely wants to see you
start a life of comfortable wellbeing here in the States.
Your case is urgent. Call (516) 806-4070 right now to begin.
Reasons Why Your Visa Could Be Denied
In most cases, a visa denial needs to be appealed within
just 30 days of the notice being mailed to you, not necessarily when you first saw
the notice of denial. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services
(USCIS) is not known for extending deadlines so you have to act quickly.
Once again, if you are unsure where to start, get into
contact with our Garden City immigration law attorneys at your first opportunity.
Our legal professionals can help you collect and fill out a Notice of Appeal,
which must be filed before that 30 day time limit expires. The I-290 Notice
of Appeal needs to present a clear argument as to why the denial of your
visa was incorrect or unjust. A strong starting point is understanding
why it was denied in the first place.
Reasons why a visa might be denied include:
- Missing a filing deadline
- Providing incorrect information
- USCIS requests more information from applicant
- Applicant has applied for the wrong visa
- Applicant is applying from a foreign entity currently banned from entry
Are any of these reasons applicable to your visa denial? We will want to
thoroughly understand your situation in order to get to the root of the
matter. At our law firm, we like to sit down with our clients during an
initial consultations to get to know them, their situation, and their objectives. We have found
this to be an immense help when dealing with the USCIS and other relevant
agencies during the appeal process.
Quick-Thinking, Quick-Acting Help for Visa Denial Cases
There are many types of visas that can gain someone entry into the United
States. Most will only permit temporary entry and permanent residence
will have to be obtained later. However, none of this process will be
possible if your initial visa application is denied.
Talk to our Garden City immigration lawyers if you need help with a denial
of the following visa types and more:
H-1B: People with specialized knowledge pertinent to certain areas of employment
may be able to enter the country for up to 6 years.
E visas: People who want to invest in a business built or operating on American
soil can file for an E visa for trade and investment opportunities.
R visas: A visa granted to people who want to enter the country for religious reasons,
such as a mission. R visas are typically short-lived.
J visas: Students, scholars, professors, and many other people involved in education
might be able to use a J visa to enter the country and advance their educations.
K visas: A type of family visa reserved for fiancés and fiancées.
K visas will expire in 90 days and should be replaced by another visa
or legal permanence through marriage.
Ready to start your denial of visa appeal? So are we. Call (516) 806-4070 or contact us online.