I agree with you, not fair for someone to wait for so long.
But practically speaking, since most of the BEC cases are now aprooved, and since those folks have a much earlier PD, most of them have a short wait ahead of them for GC. I doubt at this late stage in the game anybody would want to go through an ordeal of a long lasting lawsuit. You might not get a lot of support.
Originally Posted by risker
I understand that it might be late and filing a case might be expensive etc. But how come people like murthy.com etc. were willing to fight the sudden revoking of I-485 by UCIS along with AILF? It will only be hypocritical to consider that as injustice and this as not. I don't think filing a case is going to bring the whole process to a halt. The BEC will still continue to process the cases while this case goes on.
We have to do away with all those naysayers and all those IFs and BUTs. I don't belive in it.
We know we have a justified case here and it is a simple matter of whether we are willing to fight.
Why can't we get the support of AILF for this or other law firms? I know there are enough people who have been affected to justify that.