GROUP IMMIGRATION LITIGATION
Immigration federal litigation is a complex and expensive process. There are advantages to the client of being part of a group of claimants represented by Attorney, most notably: The Attorney has greater bargaining power when negotiating with the defendant(s), and many expenses of litigation can be shared by the entire group of claimants, thereby significantly reducing the cost for each individual client. However, there are also disadvantages of group representation, which include : The Attorney's efforts are on behalf of the entire group, rather than focused on a signal client; and if a dispute subsequently arise between clients represented by the Attorney, that the attorney-client privilege may not be available for assertation by the one client to other clients represented by the Attorney.
If you have questions about whether you shall do a group immigration litigation, you may consult your own attorney or schedule a consultation with aiLegal Law's attorneys here.
On June 14, 2021, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is implementing a new process, referred to as Bona Fide Determination, which will give victims of crime in the United States to access to employment authorization sooner, providing them with stability and better equipping them to cooperate with and assist law enforcement investigations and prosecutions.
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.