In Kayvan v. Pompeo, 2 Iranian American families/couples are challenging the U.S. Government’s unreasonable administrative delays in adjudicating 2* travel ban waivers. Challenged policies include the U.S. Government’s usurpation of individual consular officers authority and discretion to adjudicate travel ban waivers, and the designation of that authority and discretion to non-consular officers, including consular managers, visa chiefs, consular section chiefs, consular management the Visa Office, and Quality Support, Inc. contractors, which is unlawful under Presidential Proclamation 9645, §3(C) ("PP 9645"). Plaintiffs also challenge the State Department's arbitrary decision to not use its' new automated vetting process for the visa applicants who have waited the longest.
Plaintiffs in this action are U.S. citizens, and their Iranian national relatives who were visa applicants who have been denied timely adjudication of case-by-case PP 9645 waivers.
*When the case was filed, 3 families were seeking 4 visas, but two visas have since been issued.
What: HEARING ON GOVT'S MOTION TO DISMISS
When: MAY 21, 2020, 9:00 AM
Where: Courtroom 4, 5th Floor, 280 South 1st Street, San Jose, CA 95113
Before: Honorable Edward J. Davila
The Iranian American families or couples are represented by Curtis Lee Morrison through:
The Law Office of Rafael Ureña
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Los Angeles, CA 90038
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