"It would make sense if the Administration withdrew its opposition to a broader interpretation of §203(h)(3) and followed Khaled v. Holder across the country."
Cyrus D. Mehta on Sept. 16, 2011.
the EB-3 for India is truly expected to take 70 years before a green
card materializes, a foreign national being sponsored today with a 1
year old child will have absolutely no hope of protecting the age of
this child under the CSPA!" - Cyrus D. Mehta, Oct. 21, 2011 .
Cyrus D. Mehta writes : "Our recent success, which we
report here for the benefit of others, was regarding the interpretation of
“sought to acquire the status of permanent residency” within one year of visa
availability. At issue is whether the payment of the visa processing fees...
"Cuellar de Osorio does contain some seeds of hope for better outcomes in the future. ... [A] majority of the Court agrees that the meaning of §1153(h)(3) is an ambiguity subject to Chevron deference, rather than suggesting, as the Second Circuit had done in Li v. Renaud, that a narrow reading...
"Section 6 of the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) allows beneficiaries of I-130 petitions that have been converted from the Family Second Preference (F2B) to the Family First Preference (F1), after the parent has naturalized, to opt out and remain in the F2B. The American Immigration Council’s...