Why Isn’t the Government Acting on My Case? - Recording (.MP3)
Some immigration cases remain pending with USCIS or U.S. consulates for months, or even years. Lawyers often must scramble for answers in front of anxious clients who persistently ask for updates. Our panelists discuss different strategies, practice pointers, and tips when confronted with stalled cases.
- Delays Due to Background and Security Checks: What’s the Difference?
- Delays Due to Site/Case Investigations
- Delays Due to Administrative Processing: Does Mandamus Help? Jurisdiction and Case Law
- The Effectiveness of AILA Assistance and/or Congressional Inquiry
- Unlocking a Case Through LegalNet and Advisory Opinions: Factual Finding vs. Legal Question
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