If you have an immigration case pending with USCIS for over a year and want the government to take action, let’s talk about filing a writ of mandamus. This is a lawsuit filed in federal court to mandate USCIS to decide your case in a “reasonable amount of time.” It takes about 60-90 days to get a decision from the USCIS to either approve, request for more evidence or deny. We had great success in filing writ of mandamus for adjustment of status cases and I-829 for permanent green card for EB-5 investors. When your case is stuck with USCIS, filing a writ of mandamus may be your best option to get your case decided.
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