In Najafi v. Pompeo, Iranian American families are challenging the U.S. Government’s designation of the authority and discretion to approve case-by-case waivers to individual consular officers to 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 in this action are U.S. citizens, Legal Permanent Residents, and their Iranian national immediate relatives who are immigrant visa applicants that have been denied timely adjudication of case-by-case PP 9645 waivers as a result of the State Department's usurpation of consular officer authority and discretion.
What: Hearing on Plaintiffs' Motion to Strike
When: December 17, 2020 at 1: 30 PM
Where: Oakland Courthouse, Courtroom 3, 3rd Floor,
1301 Clay Street, Oakland, CA 9461
Before: U.S. Magistrate Judge Kandis A. Westmore
The Iranian American families are represented by Curtis Lee Morrison through:
The Law Office of Rafael Ureña
925 N La Brea Ave, 4th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90038
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