Morrison Urena, LC will be offering a multiparticipant mandamus lawsuit for family-based immigrant visa applicants from Trump's Muslim and African ban countries who are stuck in post-interview administrative processing.
Trump's Muslim and African bans countries included Burma, Eritrea, Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Libya, Nigeria, North Korea, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tanzania, Venezuela, and Yemen.
The multiparticipant lawsuit will challenge the State Department's unreasonable delays in the processing of participants' visa applications, and what appears to be the Biden Administration's secret Muslim and African bans that are continuing despite President Biden's January 20th recission of Trump's Presidential Proclamations 9645 and 9983. (See: https://twitter.com/curtisatlaw/status/1422522771507015690)
Requirements to participate: Visa applicants must have already attended visa interview and must be in post-interview administrative processing, typically related to vetting associated with Form DS-5535.
Cost to participate: Tentatively, the pricing of this lawsuit opportunity is per family is $5,000 per family. The terms are $3,000 up front, and $2,000 when visa beneficiaries enter the US on their family-based immigrant visas. The family size does not matter in the pricing- so whether there is one beneficiary or ten beneficiaries, the pricing is the same.
Only available for the following nationalities of visa beneficiaries:
Burma, Eritrea, Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Libya, Nigeria, North Korea, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tanzania, Venezuela, and Yemen
Only available for the following Visa categories:
(IR1/CR1) - Spouses of US citizens(IR-5) Parent of a U.S. Citizen who is at least 21 years old.
(F1) - Unmarried sons and daughters (21 years of age and older) of U.S. citizens;
(F2A) Spouses and Children of Permanent Residents
(F2B) Unmarried Sons and Daughters (21 years of age or older) of Permanent Residents
(F3) Married Sons and Daughters of U.S. Citizens
(F4) Brothers and Sisters of Adult U.S. Citizens
(Note: this lawsuit will only be available for these family-based immigration categories.)