Louisiana Lawyer For Unreasonable Delay Of Immigration Applications

If you have waited a year or longer for United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to decide on your application for legal permanent residence — or more than 120 days for a citizenship decision — it is time to speak with a qualified lawyer. It may be necessary to file a lawsuit in federal court to force a ruling. Attorney Michael Gahagan has the proven ability to take that step and earn favorable results.

Have You Waited Far Too Long For A Ruling On Your Green Card Or Naturalization Application?

District courts in Louisiana and across the country have ruled consistently that immigration applications must be adjudicated within a reasonable time period. That is the law. Still, people face lengthy delays for reasons that can be challenging to determine and understand, including never-ending background checks, repeated demands for interviews and various procedural problems within the system.

We will take a hard look at your unique case and all your options. The legal term for the type of lawsuit that may be necessary is "writ of mandamus." A judge may order the USCIS to take prompt action or, in the case of naturalization, even render his or her own decision. At The Immigration Law Firm of New Orleans, we actively file such lawsuits, something that few if any other Louisiana lawyers do.

Mr. Gahagan is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) who has completed extensive training and built an excellent track record in federal immigration litigation. His knowledge and capabilities cover:

Reach A Proven New Orleans Immigration Application Litigation Attorney

Immigration law is not just the business of our firm. Michael Gahagan became an immigration lawyer after his own family's frustrating experience with the system, and he will provide prompt attention to your case. For a consultation in person at our Metairie office or by telephone, call 504-931-5355 or email us now.