We have published a new video that explains how to properly inform the government — and carry out the formal “service of process” required to deliver legal papers to a sued party — when attempting to compel the government to decide a long-delayed immigration application. You can view the video here or below.
Immigration Delay Litigation: Informing the Government That They Have Been Sued
[Also available on LinkedIn.] When suing the government to compel a decision on a long-delayed immigration application, a critical element is starting the litigation clock as soon as possible. In other words: beginning the government’s 60 day time period to respond to the lawsuit and, hopefully, pressuring them to decide the underlying application before their […]
Blowing the Whistle on Bobby “Axe” Axelrod Can Get You ‘Millions’
We have published a new video that explores the fictional world of Bobby “Axe” Axelrod in the show “Billions” and the real-life efforts of those who buy fine art (and other high-end collectibles) but try to avoid the millions of dollars in sales & use taxes owed on those purchases. Blowing the whistle on these […]
Immigration Decision Delays Disproportionately Impact Muslims
We have published a new video that explains how an obscure government program called CARRP has caused widespread delays for immigration applicants from Muslim majority countries. Fortunately, there is a solution — to sue the government and ask a Judge to compel them to do what they are obligated to do. You can view the […]
Immigration Delay Litigation: Decision Delays Disproportionately Impact Muslims
[Also available on LinkedIn.] Decisions on various immigration benefit applications – ranging from naturalizations to a whole host of visas – have become significantly delayed. A disproportionate number of these delayed decisions involve applicants from several Middle Eastern, South Asian and Muslim majority countries. The delay is partially caused by a policy called the Controlled Application […]
Immigration Delay Lawsuits — Making Your Best Case
We have published a new video that explains how best to prepare your immigration delay lawsuit. You can view the video here or below.
Making the Case to Compel a Delayed Immigration Decision
[Also available on LinkedIn.] Suing the federal government to compel a decision on a long-delayed immigration application is sometimes necessary. This is especially true after paying expensive application fees, engaging in a futile multi-year campaign to get someone to decide the pending application, and keeping your client’s life on hold in the interim. Determining which government agencies […]
Hypothetically, What If Allen Weisselberg Blew The Whistle On The Trump Organization?
We have published a new video that explains how the New York False Claims Act is a unique whistleblower program that encourages individuals to report tax violations. The video uses the ongoing public investigation into possible tax violation by the Trump Organization (and its Chief Financial Officer, Allen Weisselberg) as a hypothetical. What if, for […]
Immigration Delay Litigation — Where To File Your Case
We have published a new video that explains where to file an immigration delay lawsuit. You can view the video here or below.
Where to File an Immigration Delay Lawsuit
[Also available on LinkedIn.] One of the most important strategic decisions to make when filing an immigration delay lawsuit is choosing where to file it. The short answer is federal court. The long answer is, well, a little longer because it means identifying the appropriate “venue.” Selecting the wrong venue could mean dismissal under Federal […]