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Old 07-10-2007, 01:53 PM
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Default Why AILA not suing State Dept. or USCIS for other issues

Why AILA not suing State Dept. or USCIS for other issues... read a letter posted by someone in a forum

To AILF/AILA,

I appreciate your effort in filing lawsuit on behalf of July I-485 filers.

There are several critics on your July I-485 lawsuit. They criticize that you are doing for the benefit of your members (AILA). Definitely, your members will be benefited by huge amount of legal fees. Also, the critic says it is waste of time.

Even one of your reputed member (Rajiv Khanna @ immigration.com) posted in his website that chance of winning the law suit is very minimum.

He posted in his website as follows: "Please note folks, I donít think this class will be easily approved by courts. CIS could argue a lot of things against it, which I donít wish to publish in an open forum."

Why you cannot sue for the people who struck at Consulate due to administrative process without probable cause.

Several of them working in U.S (they have proof of employment, pay stubs, worked in the U.S on H1B visa for many years) just went to their home country for short vacation and applied for visa; they have rented house in the U.S and unable to break the lease; unable to pay car dues; their U.S citizen children also held overseas; they are loosing their jobs. State department is holding these visa application for more than a year in several cases.

What steps AILA has taken in this issue. If not, why you are not aware of this issue or why you are not giving importance. Do you think this issue will not bring such a huge legal fee like I-485 lawsuit?
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Old 07-10-2007, 02:02 PM
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Why AILA not suing State Dept. or USCIS for other issues... read a letter posted by someone in a forum

To AILF/AILA,

I appreciate your effort in filing lawsuit on behalf of July I-485 filers.

There are several critics on your July I-485 lawsuit. They criticize that you are doing for the benefit of your members (AILA). Definitely, your members will be benefited by huge amount of legal fees. Also, the critic says it is waste of time.

Even one of your reputed member (Rajiv Khanna @ immigration.com) posted in his website that chance of winning the law suit is very minimum.

He posted in his website as follows: "Please note folks, I donít think this class will be easily approved by courts. CIS could argue a lot of things against it, which I donít wish to publish in an open forum."

Why you cannot sue for the people who struck at Consulate due to administrative process without probable cause.

Several of them working in U.S (they have proof of employment, pay stubs, worked in the U.S on H1B visa for many years) just went to their home country for short vacation and applied for visa; they have rented house in the U.S and unable to break the lease; unable to pay car dues; their U.S citizen children also held overseas; they are loosing their jobs. State department is holding these visa application for more than a year in several cases.

What steps AILA has taken in this issue. If not, why you are not aware of this issue or why you are not giving importance. Do you think this issue will not bring such a huge legal fee like I-485 lawsuit?
Do you have the number of people who held like that ?Most of the people are struck because of the Name Check which USCIS cannt also do any thing because of security .

VB fiasco was done due to the mis communication between DOS and USCIS and it effected nearly 700k people ..thats the reason .No body is paying AILA for the 485 lawsuit
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Why AILA not suing State Dept. or USCIS for other issues... read a letter posted by someone in a forum

To AILF/AILA,

I appreciate your effort in filing lawsuit on behalf of July I-485 filers.

There are several critics on your July I-485 lawsuit. They criticize that you are doing for the benefit of your members (AILA). Definitely, your members will be benefited by huge amount of legal fees. Also, the critic says it is waste of time.

Even one of your reputed member (Rajiv Khanna @ immigration.com) posted in his website that chance of winning the law suit is very minimum.

He posted in his website as follows: "Please note folks, I donít think this class will be easily approved by courts. CIS could argue a lot of things against it, which I donít wish to publish in an open forum."

Why you cannot sue for the people who struck at Consulate due to administrative process without probable cause.

Several of them working in U.S (they have proof of employment, pay stubs, worked in the U.S on H1B visa for many years) just went to their home country for short vacation and applied for visa; they have rented house in the U.S and unable to break the lease; unable to pay car dues; their U.S citizen children also held overseas; they are loosing their jobs. State department is holding these visa application for more than a year in several cases.

What steps AILA has taken in this issue. If not, why you are not aware of this issue or why you are not giving importance. Do you think this issue will not bring such a huge legal fee like I-485 lawsuit?
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Old 07-10-2007, 02:15 PM
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Even one of your reputed member (Rajiv Khanna @ immigration.com) posted in his website that chance of winning the law suit is very minimum.

He posted in his website as follows: "Please note folks, I donít think this class will be easily approved by courts. CIS could argue a lot of things against it, which I donít wish to publish in an open forum."
Corrections.

1. RK is no longer a member of AILA.

2. Also, in this specific quote, RK is not talking about the outcome of the law suit. He's only talking about the chance of the court accepting the defined "class".

On a separate note, RK has mentioned on several occasions, winning the lawsuit is a long shot. You can even hear his recorded conference call from last week.

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