There was a mis-communication between the USCIS representative and I with one of the document called government authorize birth certificate? I translate my original birth certificate and notorize from my country and send it to USCIS as per requested? When I ask USCIS they say that everything was ok. Today I receive the letter of denial saying that I didn't send the right document? That's pretty depressing. Now I am going to file a motion to reconsider and send to USCIS with a missing document? Is that a good idea?
It's hard to simply say "yes" without looking at the previous request and the denial notice. I suggest you consult with a lawyer.
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I agree with Mary.
In light of the misunderstanding it would probably be best to have an attorney file the motion. They will be able to evaluate your case, determine the best course of action and other options available to you.
Marc Taylor, Esq.
Motion to reconsider is a good idea if you think that something was merely overlooked. However, I suggest you consult an experienced immigration attorney to determine the best course of action for you.
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