Immigration Lawsuits

Challenging the U.S. Immigration Services doesn’t have to be a stressful time if you have experienced and compassionate immigration and naturalization attorneys on your side. We are with you every step to make you feel more comfortable and to help you exercise your rights as prospective citizens of the United States and cope with the stressful immigration process. 

Potential immigrants to the United States who have had their applications mishandled by the government naturally feel intimidated by having to deal with the U.S. Immigration Services. For most people, this is the first time they are dealing directly with a foreign government and it’s only natural to be afraid of the unknown. That’s the main reason why you’ll feel more confident and secure if you have an experienced and knowledgeable team of immigration and naturalization attorneys, ones who have dealt successfully with hundreds of cases just like yours on your side. 

If you feel that your petition for naturalization or citizenship has been mishandled in any manner, you have the right to sue the U.S. Immigration Services. The most common reason for filing a lawsuit against the Immigration Service is for delaying or failing to process your application. If the U.S. Immigration Services fail to make a decision regarding a prospective immigrant’s application within 120 days from their examination for naturalization or citizenship, you may file suit and compel them to do so.

 

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