LOS ANGELES WRIT OF MANDAMUS ATTORNEY

If you have filed an application for a green card or citizenship and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has failed to make a decision on your application within a reasonable time, you may file a law suit in federal district court called a “writ of mandamus.”  This type of law suit is to force the government officers to perform their mandatory duties in issuing a decision and not keeping your case unnecessarily delayed for years, with no end in sight.                  

 

WHAT IS A WRIT OF MANDAMUS?

Under federal law, a writ of mandamus is an action to force USCIS officers to perform their duties.  Although you cannot force USCIS to approve your case, you can force USCIS to stop delaying your case and issue their decision. 

 

HOW WE FIGHT TO GET A DECISION ON YOUR CASE

If you are experiencing an unreasonable delay we can follow-up on your delayed case to speed up the outcome of your immigration case.  We can help you with asking your Senator to inquire on your behalf, and if that is not successful, we can file a writ of mandamus to force USCIS to make a decision on your case.  

If you or a loved one has had an immigration case unreasonably delayed and want your decision, contact us for a free initial consultation to discuss your situation and learn how we may be able to help you achieve your goals.

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Law Offices of David M. Haghighi, APC

3435 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 2460 

Los Angeles, California 90010

 

Tel: (888) 785-5888

Tel: (213) 632-3900

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Disclaimer: This advertisement is not legal advice and does not guarantee or forecast the outcome of your legal matter. Each case is different. The result depends on the laws, facts and circumstances unique to each case.  

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