Business Practitioners: Don't Take "No" for an Answer, Take USCIS to Court! - Recording (.MP3)
Are you frustrated over a USCIS decision denying your case? Perhaps it’s time to litigate! In the current immigration climate, where USCIS has dramatically increased RFEs and denials, serious consideration should be made about whether your case should be taken to federal court. Our panel of experts will address federal court challenges to business-related USCIS decisions under the Administrative Procedure Act (APA), the Declaratory Judgment Act, and/or the Mandamus and Venue Act of 1962.
- Proper Assessment of Your Administrative Record: A Litigation Prerequisite
- Factors to Consider Before Filing Suit in Federal Court
- Preparing the Complaint: Jurisdiction, Venue, Asserting the Proper Causes of Action
- Identification of the Proper Parties, Proper Statement of Relief
- What Standard of Review Will the Federal Court Apply?
- Are Attorney Fees Recoverable?
- When Is Discovery Outside the Administrative Record Permissible?
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