USCIS Notice of Intend to Deny for I-130 Petition based on previous fraud marriage accused

I have filed I-130 petition for my wife and we both went to interview. Interview went well but no decision was made at the scene because my wife has a previous fraud marriage case. Two weeks after interview, the notice of intend to deny sent to us with the reasons of 204(c) because of her previous marriage and petition. A period of 30 days given to response and rebut their decision. What should we do?

Monterey Park, CA -

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Malathi Benjamin

Malathi Benjamin

Immigration Attorney - Pasadena, CA
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You should retain a competent immigration attorney immediately who can review your case and represent you. This is not something to do on your own.

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Alexander Joseph Segal

Alexander Joseph Segal

Immigration Attorney - New York, NY
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You are WAY overdue for consulting with an experienced immigration attorney.

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Fernanda Nunes Hottle

Fernanda Nunes Hottle

Immigration Attorney - Atlanta, GA
Answered

Hurry and retain a competent immigration attorney to advise you and hopefully help you with the appeal. This is a serious allegation and you shouldn't ignore it, but it's not something to handle on your own.

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