USCIS Rejected My Case. What Should I Do?
If you’re interested in learning about what to do if USCIS has rejected your case, watch this video. There is a difference between a rejection and denial. The consequences for a denial can be severe. But what about if the file was rejected? What then? Watch to learn more!
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