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Jain v. Mayorkas (EB-5 Regional Center Litigation 2022)

Jain v. Mayorkas (EB-5 Regional Center Litigation 2022)

Good news! Our team has filed our lawsuit in the US District Court for the Northern District of California. The case is called Jain v. Mayorkas, and the case number is 3:22-cv-02288. We’ve been assigned to Judge Sallie Kim. We’ll send you a link with a copy of the complaint later today or tomorrow evening.

What’s next?

We are now working on getting the complaint officially “served” to the government defendants. The government then has 60 days to answer our complaint. Their answer will probably be a request to dismiss the case, and we’ll have an opportunity to reply.

In the meantime, we hope that USCIS will take the lawsuit as motivation to get your petitions moving. We will be in touch with the government attorneys, and depending on what we learn about how USCIS is handling your cases, we will strategize about our possible next steps.

How do I get more information about the case, and how do I share updates about my case?

We will keep you updated by email when there are important developments, and we will be available to answer your questions most weeks via our Youtube channel livestreams at 12:00 pm Eastern.

A friendly reminder that we cannot answer your case-specific questions and you have not hired us to represent you in your individual I-526 Petitions.

We will soon send a link for a web form that you can use to share updates about your case.

Thank you again for your confidence in us and your patience. We’re proud to fight for your rights and look forward to sharing more news soon.

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