Federal Litigation

Chino Hills Immigration Litigation Attorneys

Knowledgeable Advocacy in Chino Hills, Irvine, and the Surrounding Areas

Navigating the United States immigration system is rarely an easy or straightforward process. Conflicts often develop between applicants, sponsoring employers, and United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) when requests for visas or benefits are unfairly denied or delayed. In these situations, you may need to go to court to protect your interests.

Since 2009, our team at Parikh & Prasad, PC has been championing the rights of immigrants in California and Nevada. Our Chino Hills immigration litigation lawyers know how to effectively approach many types of disputes and are prepared to fight for you in and out of the courtroom. When your rights have been violated, we will help you explore all available legal remedies, including the filing of a lawsuit in federal court. We are skilled litigators who have a strong track record of success, and you will have direct access to our attorneys throughout our handling of your case.

Understand Your Legal Options

If you are having trouble with USCIS, you should consider the full breadth of your legal options, including federal litigation. If you believe your request for an immigration benefit has been unfairly denied, you in many cases can file a motion to reopen or reconsider the application. This process is done through USCIS, and you will have to provide evidence that your denial was due to an incorrect application of the law. If this approach does not result in a favorable outcome, you may need to consider litigation. 

Unreasonable USCIS processing delays are also becoming more and more prevalent. You may find yourself in a situation where the agency refuses to provide an update on your application. In these scenarios, federal litigation (specifically, a writ of mandamus) can also be used to force an action. 

For example, if you have applied to become a U.S. citizen, you understandably expect USCIS to review your request in a timely manner. However, you may receive no word after waiting the customary 14 months, and requests for updates may be met with vague and noncommittal answers. You may need to take legal action to essentially force USCIS to approve or deny your application.

Our Chino Hills immigration litigation attorneys can represent you in cases involving:

Our team at Parikh & Prasad, PC has a complete understanding of immigration law and will do everything possible to secure the outcome you deserve. If we do receive an unfavorable decision in federal litigation, we are ready to appeal and take matters to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).

For more information read our Federal Lawsuit for Denial of H-1B Petition blog article. 

Our board-certified immigration specialist in California is ready to represent you. Call (909) 455-9625 or contact us online to discuss your legal needs with us today.


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