Have you filed a family-based petition* on behalf of your family member, they had an interview over a year ago and have not received any decision on visa application?
After successfully completing interviews at U.S. Consulates, applicants filing family-based petitions often confront protracted delays attributed to extended administrative processing and rigorous due diligence procedures. While the interviews represent a critical step in the visa application process, subsequent administrative reviews, security clearances, and background checks contribute significantly to the time it takes for a final decision to be reached. Particularly in the context of family-based immigration, where the personal and familial ties require careful consideration, U.S. authorities prioritize a thorough examination of each applicant’s case. These additional layers of scrutiny aim to uphold immigration standards and national security protocols. Unfortunately, this meticulous process introduces delays that can be emotionally and logistically challenging for families eagerly awaiting reunification in the United States. Striking a balance between maintaining the integrity of the immigration system and expediting the approval process remains an ongoing challenge for authorities, as they navigate the complexities associated with post-interview administrative processing.
The Kameli Law P.C. will be filing a group lawsuit with the U.S. federal district court to request the Court to compel U.S. consulates to make a decision on your family-based immigrant visa applications.
The Kameli Law P.C.‘s main goal is to expedite the decision-making process for our client’s visa applications.
Requirements to participate:
You filed a family-based petition on behalf of your family member, they attended an immigrant visa interview at one of the U.S. Consulates and it’s been over a year and they have not received a decision on their visa petition.
Deadline to participate:
January 1, 2024
If you find yourself in the situation described above and would like to accelerate your case by getting an interview for your family members, Kameli Law can file a complaint on your behalf.
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*Only available for the following Visa categories:
(F1) – unmarried sons and daughters (21 years of age and older) of U.S. citizens
(F2A) – spouses and children (unmarried and under 21 years of age) of lawful permanent residents
(F2B) – unmarried sons and daughters (21 years of age and older) of lawful permanent residents
(F3) – married sons and daughters of U.S. citizens
(F4) – brothers and sisters of U.S. citizens (if the U.S. citizen is 21 years of age and older)
(IR1/CR1) – spouses of U.S. citizens(IR-5), parents of a U.S. Citizen, children who are below 21 years old
(Note: this lawsuit will only be available for these family-based immigration categories.)