An NTA is a Notice to Appear. It will be issued after denial of an I-829 in order to terminate the status if the immigrant and place them into removal proceedings.
NTA stands for Notice to Appear. If an investor has their I-829 denied, they may be issued an NTA by the immigration authorities to commence deportation proceedings.
An NTA is a Notice to Appear, which is currently issued by USCIS at the same time the I-829 is denied. Therefore, no appeal or a Motion to Reopen (MTR) is currently available.
An NTA is not relevant to I-829 adjudication. If the I-829 is denied, the USCIS may issue a Notice to Appear ("NTA"), which puts the applicant into removal proceedings in immigration court.