NOID was issued in response to I-130 application, a variety of reasons from the officer were provided including my vague responses but the reference of a fraudulent marriage is noted and this is simply not true. What would be an estimate for this legal assistance?
Avvo does not permit to quote any professional flat or hourly fees by counsels, however, you may research and select an adequately qualified professional to address your received NOID. Note that the time is of essence to compile and research a legally appropriate response that should be received timely.
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You can click on the name of any immigration lawyer and schedule a phone or Skype consultation with him/her & have them review the NOID in question.
The lawyer will then advise you on how to (quickly) respond and/or any other action to be taken and also on whether or not willing to take your case.
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Yes, you can hire someone to help you respond, but most of us (immigration attorneys) will not quote a fee before we see the whole case. You must act very quickly because USCIS will NOT extend or enlarge the response time just for you to hire an attorney.
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