How to properly file for the re-opening of an I-290b?
Question Details: I had been waiting for my interview to be scheduled but I never received my notice in the mail and I've checked online and it hadn't been updated. After reaching out to the office where my interview was to be held, I was told my interview had already been scheduled and I had missed it. I didn't receive the notice in the mail nor did I get an email. I've been having problems receiving mail which is why I've always checked to see whether or not I had a notice in the mail. Is there any way you can please help me because I have been very careful not to miss anything? I have all of my documents and all I had was the interview. Now my case was denied and I was told to file to re-open but I'm afraid they might still deny it.
Yes, you will need to submit I-290b with the appropriate fee and you can provide a cover letter with an explanation as to why you are asking to reopen the case. IT needs to be submitted before the deadline. If you have any questions specific to your case or need assistance, feel free to contact me directly.