I joined the Miligan V Pompeo suit late last year with the hopes that I would be able to get to live with my fiancé in a timeline of months instead of years. Thanks to the excellent job the team did,...
I had a consultation via phone with Luke Niermann in February 2021. It was solely to go over some concerns /clarify actions to take with my I-751 petition. He was great in giving impartial, honest advice, allowing me to hit him...
I highly recommend Aron Hall and his firm for your immigration case, Aron helped me obtain permanent residency and most recently my us citizenship. He was very professional and very knowledgeable about the potential difficulties of my case and wae very...
With the ongoing instability and crisis in Afghanistan, many individuals at risk in Afghanistan are seeking
On September 14, 2021, USCIS announced that immigrant applicants would be required to be fully vaccinated
On September 9, 2021, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced the automatic extension of
Thank you for your interest in the IMMpact team’s new lawsuit challenging USCIS’ delay in adjudicating EADs (I-765 work permit applications). We will be asking a federal judge to order USCIS to process your EAD applications immediately, and to change their policies and procedures to avoid long delays in the future.
The deadline to join the case is September 24, 2021 at noon Central time.
If you would like to join the lawsuit, please do all of the following:
Step 1: Review the FAQ to confirm that you qualify to participate,
On September 9, 2021 Judge Mehta issued a decision in Goh v. Blinken. The Court found that DOS policies were unlawful and had unlawfully delayed the processing of DV-2021 applications. We are grateful that the court saw through the government’s arguments and justifications and thrilled that he ruled in our favor. That said, despite our request, he declined to give explicit prioritization to Goh plaintiffs (or plaintiffs from the other cases). This is based on his belief that the statute requires applications to be adjudicated in random order.
Our senior partner, Jeff Joseph, was quoted in article, “Labor shortages expected to continue as employers struggle with visa bureaucracy and Covid”
The H-2B visa allows employers to bring foreign workers to the United States for temporary non-agricultural jobs, such as landscaping, hospitality and other industries. Congress sets a cap for the number of visas allowed per fiscal year. Currently, that cap stands at 66,000, with 33,000 for workers starting employment October 1 to March 31,
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