Is it true that maximum number of positive decisions are granted before a 16 day NOID is given. I was given a 16 day notice of intent to deny NOID but I submitted new evidences and now I am waiting for the decision.
You need to retain an experienced immigration attorney who is knowledgeable in asylum jurisprudence.
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You desperately need legal counsel. It shows by the quesiton you ask. You are completely confused on concentrated on irrelevant considerations.
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