As discussed in the Client Alert from earlier today, we have confirmed from multiple sources that USCIS has informed Congressional offices of its intent to end holding Regional Center-related I-526 and I-485 cases in abeyance, should legislation not be enacted by March 11, 2022. This end of holding cases in abeyance would presumably lead to denials to those affected cases due to lack of direct job creation.
As stated earlier, there are real questions as to whether USCIS’ will carry out its threat. We urge calm, measured decision-making. However, to protect our clients from a worst-case scenario we plan to accordingly litigate to prevent such unconscionable outcomes.
To these ends, we have teamed up with the IMMPACT litigation team, which includes the firms of Siskind Susser, Kuck Baxter, and Joseph & Hall, a trio of law firms that have had enormous success in federal court litigation. Together with our EB-5 litigation experience, we plan to launch an innovative suit arguing that processing must continue.
For more information regarding our efforts, including a FAQ and ability to sign up as a plaintiff, please visit https://www.immpactlitigation.com/eb-5-regional-center-litigation-2022/.
Our team will hold a Zoom Call on February 26, 2022 at 9am Eastern US time to discuss this matter further. To receive the login credentials, please contact us today.