Have you filed a family-based petition* on behalf of your family member, their application was submitted to NVC over a year ago AND interview has not been scheduled yet?
Applicants from the Middle East and around the world may encounter prolonged delays when their family petitions are transferred to the National Visa Center (NVC), primarily attributable to extended administrative processing and heightened due diligence measures. The NVC, in collaboration with various U.S. government agencies, conducts meticulous reviews of applications to ensure compliance with immigration regulations. Consequently, families navigating the immigration system in the Middle East may encounter frustrating uncertainties as they await the completion of administrative procedures, emphasizing the need for a balance between security measures and timely family reunification.
The Kameli Law P.C. will be filing a group lawsuit with the U.S. federal district court to request the Court to compel NVC to finish reviewing submitted documents and work with the Consulates to schedule qualified applicants for their immigrant visa interviews or compel the Consulate to make a decision on your family-based immigrant visa petitions.
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, submitted all required documents to NVC, it has been over a year, and you have not received an interview notice.
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.
Enter your information below:
*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.)