Effect of Material Change Doctrine in EB-5 Deference Policy (.PDF)
Deference without Substance: Effect of Material Change Doctrine in EB-5 Deference Policy
This article discusses U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services' (USCIS) treatment of the precedent decision Matter of Katigbak and its impact on USCIS's “material change” and deference policies. The author argues that USCIS fundamentally misconstrues Katigbak, resting its material change policy and a weak deference policy on faulty legal ground.
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