Rajiv's Article - Can you sue the US government if your immigration process is delayed?

Published by: The Economic Times - Date: June 13, 2022

Synopsis

Fundamentally, is litigation against delays in the immigration process a viable option in your case? The answer is perhaps it is, but be mindful of the relevant factors, including the uncertainty of the outcome and expenses involved.

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Submitted by Kiran Abbavarapu (not verified) on Wed, 06/15/2022 - 11:13 Permalink

Uscis is not taking any action on my pending eb3 i140 nor they are accepting my premium as it is a downgrade application. I interfiled my i485 to approved eb2 in December 2021 after my date became current in eb2 and it will be 6 months since I interfiled in June 2022. Can I change my job in June 15 2022 on EAD using AC21 even though eb3 i140 is pending? Any impact if employer withdraws eb3 since I interfiled to eb2? Will my i485 stay active as it has been pending since 18 months?

Submitted by Bidisha Roy (not verified) on Thu, 06/16/2022 - 16:20 Permalink

Hi I have filed for my mother’s green card on Dec 2021. I have not seen any movement. I was expecting at least a fingerprint date from USCIS. Why is the delay? She is living in India

My second question , since she lives alone, I do want to bring her here, but since the green card process is at a stand still and she still has a year left of her B1B2 visa, can I bring her to the US? Will that interfere with her GC process?

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