Litigating Your Way Out of Delay - Recording (.MP3)
2:00 PM (ET)
Have your clients been waiting for a decision for too long? Are your cases outside of standard processing times or are standard processing times beyond what is reasonable? Is the government unresponsive to status inquiries? There are remedies! Our panel of experts will provide practical tips regarding how to litigate your cases out of delay.
- Mandamus: What Are the Requirements to File, and How Have Agencies and Courts Responded?
- "Unreasonable Delay" Claims Under the Administrative Procedure Act
- Practical Considerations for USCIS Delays: Family Petitions, Work Permits, U Visas, Naturalization, and Asylum Interviews
- Practical Considerations for Delays at DOS and Consulates Worldwide
- Where Should the Complaint Be Filed, and What Are the Steps to Successfully Complete Mandamus and Unreasonable Delay Litigation?
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