Federal Lawsuits / Mandamus Actions
How to Prevent Long Delays in Your Green Card or Citizenship Application Process
When you submitted your green card application or naturalization application and had your interview and exam, you probably didn’t know that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) could delay a decision for months or even years.
Lengthy delays can be the result of something as simple as a paperwork error, a lost folder or a heavy load of adjustment of status and naturalization cases, or something more complex and serious, such as a fraud investigation.
A lawsuit will help in any event to expedite your case so it does not linger for many more months or years without a decision. Often, a lawsuit is not only the best way, but rather, it is the only way to speed up your lingering green card or citizenship application.
What Is an Unreasonable Delay?
You don’t have to be the victim of unreasonable delays, because you have the legal right to sue the U.S. government to stop the delays in situations like these:
- It’s been over 120 days since your naturalization interview/examination and you haven’t received a decision.
- It’s been over 120 days since you submitted additional requested documents and you haven’t received a decision,
- An unreasonable amount of time has passed since you filed your green card application or since the date of your green card or I-130 (marriage based petitions, especially) interview, and there is still no decision.
We Take your Case to Federal Court
Nalbandian Law is an experienced immigration law firm in the Los Angeles area led by expert immigration attorney Sassoun A. Nalbandian. For nearly 15 years, Nalbandian has helped hundreds of immigrants move steadily along the legal path to becoming permanent residents and eventually citizens of the United States.
Schedule a Consultation Today!
Call Nalbandian Law today, (818) 244-0310, or contact us online for a consultation with one of our experienced Immigration lawyers. We’ll review your situation and explain how we can help move your adjustment of status or naturalization application more efficiently through the administrative process to a faster conclusion.
*Approval rates do not guarantee future approval of your petition. No attorney can ethically guarantee any outcome. Always consult with a licensed competent immigration attorney such as the experienced immigration attorneys at Nalbandian Law before filing your case.