WASHINGTON – The Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has set a faster process to review and correct decisions that result from certain administrative errors. This process allows customers to request an expedited review of your case and the subsequent Correction of the decision, in cases where an administrative error or data entry is the cause for a refusal or rejection of a petition or application.
A client or his authorized representative may contact the National Center Customer Service (NCSC) at 1-800-375-5283 to file a petition for expedited review request if you believe the adverse action award falls within the following criteria:
|1. USCIS issued an adverse decision based solely on failure by the customer to respond to a Request for Evidence (RFE) Refusal Notice of Intent (NOID) or Notice of Intent to Revoke (NOIR)||There is documentary evidence that the customer responded to the RFE, NOID or NOIR and USCIS received a timely response.|
|2. USCIS issued an adverse decision based solely on failure by the customer to respond to a Request for Evidence (RFE, for its acronym in English Refusal Notice of Intent (NOID) or Notice of Intent to Revoke (NOIR)||USCIS determines that there is evidence in one of the systems that USCIS RFE, NOID or NOIR was not sent to the petitioner / applicant or in the event of a valid Form G-28 on the record, the attorney or representative of record.|
|3. USCIS issued an adverse decision based solely on failure by the client to appear for an appointment for biometrics or to respond to a Request for Evidence (RFE) Refusal Notice of Intent (NOID) or Notice of intent to Revoke (NOIR)||USCIS determina que existe evidencia de que el cliente presentó debidamente un cambio de dirección antes de que USCIS emitiera la notificación de toma de datos biométricos, RFE, NOID o NOIR, pero sin embargo, las mismas fueron enviadas a la dirección previa o a una dirección incorrecta.|
|4. USCIS issues an adverse decision based solely on the customer’s failure to appear for your appointment of biometrics||There is documentary evidence that the client appeared to your appointment or rescheduling made a valid request and on time.|
Once USCIS has received a request for review from an applicant or petitioner, the agency will make every effort to take action on the request within five working days. This accelerated process of case review and any allegation by the customer about it does not replace, change, avoids or affect the rights of clients USCIS USCIS or the administrative appeal process. This process will not affect waiting times for appeals or motions, corrects errors made by a petitioner or his authorized representative, is a right of independent action or corrects errors on the list of previous administrative errors.