Tuesday, July 24, 2018


The USCIS has recently issued new policies regarding Notices to Appear (NTAs), Requests for Evidence (RFEs) and Notices of Intent to Deny (NOIDs).

Please join MU Law for a teleconference regarding these topics of new policy.

The agenda for the call is as follows: 
  • Under this new guidance, when will the USCIS issue an NTA and initiate deportation proceedings?
  • When are foreign nationals “unlawfully present” in the US and what are the consequences?
  • What if I do not receive the NTA or leave the US once my immigration application is denied?
  • When will the USCIS issue an RFE?  A NOID?  A denial? 
  • What initial evidence is required for an immigration application?
  • Can a second RFE or NOID be issued?

This teleconference is free for MU Law clients and friends of the firm. We look forward to speaking with you! 


  1. Hello, MU is AOS is also affected with this new policy? Thanks.

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  3. Good afternoon. I work for a company that is currently one of your clients. I had registered for the teleconference, but I believe that I made have been off on my time zone calculation. Do you happen to have a copy of the teleconference that can be accessed online. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

    1. Please email the attorney or paralegal that you work with and they should be able to get you a copy.


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