Are you afraid of denial by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for your immigration application?
Have no fear. Here are strategies to avoid disapproval. We can also help to file your application.
The most common reasons for rejection from the USCIS Lockbox are:
- Incomplete applications:
Missing pages, missing information – can lead to delays in your USCIS immigration case processing
- Missing Signatures:
Don’t forget the importance of including the required signatures in your USCIS immigration case application to avoid potential setbacks.
- Incorrect fees
Perhaps the amount is wrong. Or, you did not make the check out to US Department of Homeland Security USCIS. Maybe you forgot to sign and date the check.
- Most applications ask for copies of your birth certificate, marriage certificate, divorce judgments and changes of name. Ensure you provide certified English translations when necessary in your USCIS immigration case.
- Keep copies of the entire application package, including supporting documentation, the mailing address you used, and the fee check you sent. This is crucial for your USCIS immigration case application.
- Consider using reliable courier services like FedEx or UPS when sending out your USCIS immigration case packet to ensure proof of delivery.
- If your case is returned for a missing document, please resubmit it with the proper cover sheet provided by USCIS on top and include whatever documents were missing.
- If your case was received and you have proof of delivery, but you never received the USCIS Receipt notice within 30 days, you can first email the Lockbox Support at email@example.com attaching a copy of your case and proof of mailing and delivery, and if that goes nowhere you can RE-submit it (you kept a copy of your whole packet as I advised, remember).
To always have confidence that your USCIS case will reach USCIS and proceed as it should, please use an immigration lawyer.
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