Thank you for your interest in being added to our litigation regarding the delay in approving EB-5 immigrant visas at US consulates around the world. We are including in the litigation individuals who have been waiting 120 days since the approval of an I-526 form. This case is being co-counseled by the Immpact Litigation group of law firms – Joseph & Hall PC, our firm and our partner firms Kuck Baxter and Siskind Susser.
If you are interested in participating please do the following:
STEP 1 – Download the FAQ and make sure you understand what the case is about, how the $5000 plaintiff fee works, and what we hope to accomplish and who is likely to benefit from the case and who is not. The document is here.
STEP 2 – Complete our engagement letter generator app here. It will allow you to download the engagement letter for your records at the end and automatically send the signed agreement to us.
STEP 3 – Make your $5000 plaintiff fee payment online at https://www.immigrationissues.com/payment-federal-litigation/.
STEP 4 – Create a declaration describing your situation and why you’re suing. You can create this using our EB-5 Litigation Declaration Builder app here.
We will send out a confirmation that your documents are received within 72 hours of receiving them.
Once you have done each of these things, we’ll review and make sure you’re eligible for the case. We’ll let you know if there is a problem, but if you hear nothing from us, assume you’re okay. We will send out an email shortly after March 15th confirming you are a plaintiff in the case and we’ll send out an additional notification once we file the lawsuit.
Please do NOT tell the NVC or the consulate you are a plaintiff in our litigation until we specifically tell you that is okay.
We hope to file the lawsuit in the third or fourth week of March unless there is an unforeseen delay.
We are looking forward to fighting to get your EB-5 immigrant visas approved.
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