Response times to NOIDs vary greatly. If you have not already retained an immigration attorney, I suggest you meet with one in your area to discuss your case
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There is no time limit or indication. Varies from office to office and officer to officer. Sometimes they could sit on it for almost a year before finally issuing the denial.
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There is no set time limit. THey could be investigating the new evidence. Your best bet is to review your case with a lawyer who could contact the asylum office if need be.
There is no deadline. As all the attorneys have indicated, the best time to hire an attorney would have been before you filed. The next best time is today.
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