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Favorable Result in USCIS EB-5 Mandamus Lawsuit

By June 6, 2022March 9th, 2023Approvals
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Our office recently received a favorable result in a mandamus lawsuit we filed for a client who experienced an unreasonable delay of two years after filing an EB-5 application with USCIS. The client filed a direct investment EB-5 application with USCIS and received a receipt notice dated November 2019. In November 2021, after USCIS had failed to make any progress on his application for two years, we sued USCIS in federal court in California. USCIS issued a request for additional evidence (RFE) within one month of the lawsuit being filed. USCIS approved the EB-5 application six weeks after the client responded to the RFE.

For those who have been waiting an unreasonably long time for a decision from USCIS, filing a mandamus lawsuit in federal court may be an ideal option. Doing so invites a neutral judge to determine whether USCIS’s extensive delays are reasonable. If you are experiencing an unreasonable delay after applying for an immigration benefit, please schedule a consultation in order to learn more about whether a mandamus lawsuit might be a suitable option for you.

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