Discussion in 'General discussion about executive action' started by Ron Gotcher, Sep 25, 2015.
2001 onwards, visas were wasted in at least seven fiscal years
Count me... will do what ever it takes.. to get this fixed.
HELL YES I AM INTERESTED......
Can you kindly give a few pointers on time and money involvement expected from the plaintiff's?
Also, what does it mean legally to be part of this lawsuit, will this have any impact on the plaintiff's ability to continue to work in the US etc.
I honestly don't know what the right questions to ask are, but just want to get an idea on what it means to be involved.
Count me in ....
I am in
If you become a plaintiff, you will act as a class representative. That is, you will be suing on your own behalf as well as all others who are in the same situation. Because there are so many different situations, we want as many plaintiffs as we can get. If you become a plaintiff, that status will have no adverse effect on your immigration rights or status. If anything, it might result in your case getting approved faster (if you have a current PD). In the EAD case, the USCIS tried to get out of the litigation by approving all of the EAD applications quickly. Let me add that other than providing us with your story, you won't be required to spend any time on this. You definitely won't need to spend any money.
Those are good questions. We are hoping to get the organization that filed lawsuit for delays in EAD issuance to take up our case. They work pro bono. I and Ron have also decided to work pro bono. So no expense. No, it doesn't affect your legal status.
I am in.
pls count me in
Thank you for all your work Cuckoo and Ron
Kamakazee and s_gan , thanks for doing the heavy lifting for all of us
Indeed, many thanks @cuckoo @s_gan @Kamakazee and as always @Ron Gotcher for doing this. We all truly appreciate your efforts and are with you a 100%
I am in to fight this gross unfairness
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