In June we wrote about the option of filing a Writ of Mandamus for EB-5 investors whose I-526 Petitions have been pending for a long time without a decision. See here.
In August 2020, our affiliate Enterline and Partners Consulting, assisted one of its clients to file a Writ. A response from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) was received in 2 months. A Writ can be especially effective if your Priority Date, the date that you filed your I-526 Petition, is current and you are now eligible for a visa.
If you have been waiting years for an approval of your I-526 Petition, contact us and let’s discuss whether filing a Writ is a good option for you at email@example.com and speak with a U.S. immigration attorney based in Ho Chi Minh City, Manila and Taipei.
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