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The USCIS will issue employment authorization and deferred action if, after conducting and reviewing background checks, the agency determines, in its discretion, that petitioners merit a favorable exercise of discretion and do not pose a risk to national security or public safety.

A federal lawsuit can force an administrative agency, such as U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, to take action on your long-delayed cases. What it can not do is to order the administrative agency to rule in any particular way on your specific cases. The lawsuit must be filed in U.S. District Court. Upon filing the lawsuit, the agency normally takes actions on your cases in 90-120 days upon filing the lawsuit. 

Our law firm intends to charge a reduced attorney fee of $1, 500 plus $90 admin fee per person for group litigation for a delayed I-485 EAD cases, subject to the terms detailed in the legal service agreement. If you meet the followings: 

  • ​Your I-485 I-485 EAD case has been pending for more than 180 days with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services; 

  • Your underlying I-485 application is a bona fide application. 

You may retain our service by clicking the above link for Group Litigation for Delayed I-485 EAD Cases

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