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Hello everyone.

I'd imagine that no matter what side of the aisle your on, since you are here and are interested in, in process of, or have legally petitioned or brought someone to the United States; that you have a genuine and heartfelt interest in what is happening with immigration.

I am one of thousands here on VJ that have been through the process. I've been successful at bringing family over and have also been denied a visa for a relative for simply being $200.00 under the federal poverty guideline.

Regardless of your situation, it's my assumption that most of us here desire lawful and legal immigration. I'd also assume most of us are pretty passionate about this since we have taken the time, spent the money and jumped through the hoops to get our loved ones here under considerable stress.

With recent events and this government letting thousands (if not tens of thousands) into this country illegally, it is becoming increasingly frustrating.

I am here to submit a plea on behalf of all here who have either been successful or unsuccessful at this process.

I believe the federal government should be held accountable for their actions on immigration. We know that the president and others are considering amnesty and/or other programs to allow legal status to many illegals who are already here and are pouring in on a daily basis.

I would like to see who is interested in possibly filing a class action lawsuit against the federal government. This is an especially sensitive area for those of us who have been denied a visa for trivial reasons and yet our federal government still insists on allowing this immigration crisis to continue. This is a double standard and our families are the one's to suffer while the illegals among us are being rewarded.


July 23 2006 - Sent I-130 Nebraska Service Center.                March 03,2017 - Filed I-130 petition for Alien Relative (Mother) by USC Potomac Service Center

October 16 - I-130 Approved.                                                   March 24, 2017 - Received I-797C, Notice of Action

October 25 - Received I-797

October 27 - Sent I-129F to Chicago

October 30 - I-129F received at Chicago

November 1 - Received NVC Case Number

November 25 - Received Packet from NVC

November 27 - I-129F transfered to CA Service Center

November 30 - Sent DS-3032 Back to NVC

December 26 - Received Packet Requesting AOS

January 05 2007 - Received IV Fee Bill

January 15 - Sent IV Fee Bill

January 21 - NVC Receives IV Fee Bill

January 25 - NVC Sends DS-230

January 27 - Sent I-864 Packet NVC

January 30 - NVC Receives I-864's

February 2 - I-129F Approved

February 14 - I-129F Received @ NVC

February 19 - Receive DS-230 Packet

February 21 - Sent DS-230 Back

February 23 - NVC Receives DS-230

February 26 - NVC Sends I-129F to Embassy

March 2 - Embassy Receives Case

March 8 - CR1 Case Completed

March 14 - Packet 4 Sent from Embassy (K3)

April 2 - Packet 4 (K3)

April 3 - INTERVIEW CR1 Received! web

May 9 - St. Lukes Medical

May 16 - K3 Interview Manila, requested CR1 instead, granted.

May 18 - CR1 Approved, released to Delbros

May 22 - CR1 Visa Arrives to our hotel in Manila

May 28 - POE Los Angeles

June 15 - SSN & Green Card Arrive

March 1 2010 - N-400

July 2 2010 - Naturalization Ceremony

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I have not gotten that far in the process, just putting my feelers out to see what type of response I can drum up. If we can gain some momentum and interested folks, I am absolutely resolute on pursuing this.

Hi and welcome.

What are the specifics of the lawsuit and what would be required for anyone who wants to get involved?


July 23 2006 - Sent I-130 Nebraska Service Center.                March 03,2017 - Filed I-130 petition for Alien Relative (Mother) by USC Potomac Service Center

October 16 - I-130 Approved.                                                   March 24, 2017 - Received I-797C, Notice of Action

October 25 - Received I-797

October 27 - Sent I-129F to Chicago

October 30 - I-129F received at Chicago

November 1 - Received NVC Case Number

November 25 - Received Packet from NVC

November 27 - I-129F transfered to CA Service Center

November 30 - Sent DS-3032 Back to NVC

December 26 - Received Packet Requesting AOS

January 05 2007 - Received IV Fee Bill

January 15 - Sent IV Fee Bill

January 21 - NVC Receives IV Fee Bill

January 25 - NVC Sends DS-230

January 27 - Sent I-864 Packet NVC

January 30 - NVC Receives I-864's

February 2 - I-129F Approved

February 14 - I-129F Received @ NVC

February 19 - Receive DS-230 Packet

February 21 - Sent DS-230 Back

February 23 - NVC Receives DS-230

February 26 - NVC Sends I-129F to Embassy

March 2 - Embassy Receives Case

March 8 - CR1 Case Completed

March 14 - Packet 4 Sent from Embassy (K3)

April 2 - Packet 4 (K3)

April 3 - INTERVIEW CR1 Received! web

May 9 - St. Lukes Medical

May 16 - K3 Interview Manila, requested CR1 instead, granted.

May 18 - CR1 Approved, released to Delbros

May 22 - CR1 Visa Arrives to our hotel in Manila

May 28 - POE Los Angeles

June 15 - SSN & Green Card Arrive

March 1 2010 - N-400

July 2 2010 - Naturalization Ceremony

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Hello everyone.

I'd imagine that no matter what side of the aisle your on, since you are here and are interested in, in process of, or have legally petitioned or brought someone to the United States; that you have a genuine and heartfelt interest in what is happening with immigration.

I am one of thousands here on VJ that have been through the process. I've been successful at bringing family over and have also been denied a visa for a relative for simply being $200.00 under the federal poverty guideline.

Regardless of your situation, it's my assumption that most of us here desire lawful and legal immigration. I'd also assume most of us are pretty passionate about this since we have taken the time, spent the money and jumped through the hoops to get our loved ones here under considerable stress.

With recent events and this government letting thousands (if not tens of thousands) into this country illegally, it is becoming increasingly frustrating.

I am here to submit a plea on behalf of all here who have either been successful or unsuccessful at this process.

I believe the federal government should be held accountable for their actions on immigration. We know that the president and others are considering amnesty and/or other programs to allow legal status to many illegals who are already here and are pouring in on a daily basis.

I would like to see who is interested in possibly filing a class action lawsuit against the federal government. This is an especially sensitive area for those of us who have been denied a visa for trivial reasons and yet our federal government still insists on allowing this immigration crisis to continue. This is a double standard and our families are the one's to suffer while the illegals among us are being rewarded.

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Tell us more. This a new issue to us here

Holy ####### Teddy,Smoke, and Janelle all agree on an issue.

World record

I have said on more than one occasion we should get together and do this. No one supported me. I'm glad to see I'm not the only one out here suffering and wanting to do something about it!!

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For what? Breach of contract -- what contract? Some tort claim -- what damage do you claim? A civil rights violation -- which of your rights have been abridged? Just saying you want to "sue" without actually stating any potential causes of action isn't very persuasive.

Beyond that, good luck overcoming sovereign immunity, dudes.

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I am interested in reducing illegal immigration. However, it seems both parties are long on talk and short on actions.

It also seems so unfair to USCs.

I think the anger is clouding my judgement.

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For what? Breach of contract -- what contract? Some tort claim -- what damage do you claim? A civil rights violation -- which of your rights have been abridged? Just saying you want to "sue" without actually stating any potential causes of action isn't very persuasive.

Beyond that, good luck overcoming sovereign immunity, dudes.

I guess they won't be hiring you to represent them. :devil:


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For what? Breach of contract -- what contract? Some tort claim -- what damage do you claim? A civil rights violation -- which of your rights have been abridged? Just saying you want to "sue" without actually stating any potential causes of action isn't very persuasive.

Beyond that, good luck overcoming sovereign immunity, dudes.

Man what a buzzkill. :P


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I don't pretend to have the answers but I am hoping if this moves forward and gains momentum, that it will all become clear.

As of now, I am searching for an attorney who will take the case. Typically, I am running into immigration lawyers who only want to deal with petitions and immediate family concerns. They are not interested in larger cases like this. I know they are out there, just have to find them.

For what? Breach of contract -- what contract? Some tort claim -- what damage do you claim? A civil rights violation -- which of your rights have been abridged? Just saying you want to "sue" without actually stating any potential causes of action isn't very persuasive.

Beyond that, good luck overcoming sovereign immunity, dudes.


July 23 2006 - Sent I-130 Nebraska Service Center.                March 03,2017 - Filed I-130 petition for Alien Relative (Mother) by USC Potomac Service Center

October 16 - I-130 Approved.                                                   March 24, 2017 - Received I-797C, Notice of Action

October 25 - Received I-797

October 27 - Sent I-129F to Chicago

October 30 - I-129F received at Chicago

November 1 - Received NVC Case Number

November 25 - Received Packet from NVC

November 27 - I-129F transfered to CA Service Center

November 30 - Sent DS-3032 Back to NVC

December 26 - Received Packet Requesting AOS

January 05 2007 - Received IV Fee Bill

January 15 - Sent IV Fee Bill

January 21 - NVC Receives IV Fee Bill

January 25 - NVC Sends DS-230

January 27 - Sent I-864 Packet NVC

January 30 - NVC Receives I-864's

February 2 - I-129F Approved

February 14 - I-129F Received @ NVC

February 19 - Receive DS-230 Packet

February 21 - Sent DS-230 Back

February 23 - NVC Receives DS-230

February 26 - NVC Sends I-129F to Embassy

March 2 - Embassy Receives Case

March 8 - CR1 Case Completed

March 14 - Packet 4 Sent from Embassy (K3)

April 2 - Packet 4 (K3)

April 3 - INTERVIEW CR1 Received! web

May 9 - St. Lukes Medical

May 16 - K3 Interview Manila, requested CR1 instead, granted.

May 18 - CR1 Approved, released to Delbros

May 22 - CR1 Visa Arrives to our hotel in Manila

May 28 - POE Los Angeles

June 15 - SSN & Green Card Arrive

March 1 2010 - N-400

July 2 2010 - Naturalization Ceremony

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