When You’ve Waited Long Enough & When Enough is Enough
FEDERAL IMMIGRATION LITIGATION/ CLASS ACTION
In some cases, filed petitions can take much longer than the stated time, which might leave you
feeling hopeless, weak, and ignored. However, this should not be the case under the never be the
case under the Administrative Procedure Act, which stipulates that the government has a legal
obligation to make a final decision on every immigration application in a timely and reasonable
Contact us if USCIS has refused to schedule your naturalization interview, if there are delays
with your green card applications, or if 120 days have passed since your naturalization interview
with no response from the relevant authorities. We will file federal suits including class action
and writs of mandamus if need be.
What documents are presented in the court of law?
You will need to present sufficient evidence that you filed the application for status, filed it
correctly and that you with no doubt qualify for the application of said status.
Stage One: (Complaint)
We analyze your case to determine its eligibility and prepare for the best approach to take a
formal legal action for the court recognizing the following issues
- Factual Basis; and
- Relief Sought
Court issues an order within 120-150.
Stage Two: (Service of Process)
After filing the case in court, we serve all divisions of the government with a notice of the legal
action taken and file evidence o.f serving notice with the court
Stage Three: (Answer)
The government (Dept. of Homeland Security & USCIS) must file a response within 60 days of
service identifying the justification, if any, for not having completed the processing of the
Stage Four: (Settlement Negotiation)
This is applicable in a scenario whereby if during the proceedings, we decide to negotiate with
the USCIS and U.S Attorney’s office and ask for appropriate action to be taken regarding the
Stage Five: (Motion for Judgment or Trial)
If a suitable disposition cannot be agreed upon, then a motion for judgment is filed with the
Court and there is a hearing or trial scheduled by the court. The court will issue a decision on the
application or remand (return) it to the USCIS with specific orders for the government to
adjudicate the immigration petition.