Mandamus Lawsuits for Delayed Asylum Cases (Video)

While these cases have more challenges than other areas of mandamus lawsuits, they still work. This well-written conclusion from an AIC Practice Advisory says it all: “Unreasonable delays in asylum adjudications have severe and long-lasting consequences for asylum applicants. Legally sound and compelling arguments exist that courts have the power to compel agency action under […]

Congressional Offices Affected by Immigration Agency Backlog (Video)

It sounds like Congressional offices are dealing with a backlog of their own related to immigration processing delays. In my opinion, this just makes the mandamus lawsuit option that much more important. According to Roll Call article entitled “Immigration Agency Backlog Weighs on Congressional Offices”: “Member offices have fielded a growing pile of requests for […]

Congressional Offices Affected by Immigration Agency Backlog

[Also available on LinkedIn.] It sounds like Congressional offices are dealing with a backlog of their own related to immigration processing delays. IMO, this just makes the mandamus lawsuit option that much more important: “Member offices have fielded a growing pile of requests for help to speed their cases through U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, […]

The Return on Investment for EAD-Based Mandamus Cases

[Also available on Facebook.] It’s always wise to consider the value — or return on investment – in hiring a lawyer to file a mandamus lawsuit for a delayed Employee Authorization Document (EAD) or for any type of lawsuit. For most delayed EAD applications, the typical experienced attorney will charge between $5,000 and $7,000 to […]

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