What to do If Green Card Denied?

What to do If Green Card Denied? In the event of an application denial, you will receive a letter outlining the reasons for the decision. While appeals are not permissible, you do have the option to make a motion to reopen or a motion to reconsider to the same office responsible for the initial unfavorable ruling. This process allows you to request a reevaluation or reconsideration of the decision.

A motion to reopen should include:

  1. A clear statement of the new facts you intend to present if your case is reopened.
  2. Supporting evidence that substantiates your case.

On the other hand, a motion to reconsider must demonstrate:

  1. An erroneous application of immigration law or policy during the initial denial.
  2. The incorrectness of the decision based on the evidence within your application.

For additional details, please visit our Appeals and Motions webpage.

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