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I don’t know where it’s written or if it’s even written, but pertaining to a WoM (Writ of Mandamus), what do you all think a federal judge considers to be an UNREASONABLE length of administrative processing when considering the WoM?


 

 

 

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If it is written I have not seen it mentioned.

 

I have only come across a few cases where somebody actually went through with one, and certainly nothing that would allow any sensible comment.

 

My suggestion would be to contact Layers who have filed them, see if they have any view.

 

I have certainly seen AP take year plus, very much depends on the individual case.


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4 hours ago, Boiler said:

If it is written I have not seen it mentioned.

 

I have only come across a few cases where somebody actually went through with one, and certainly nothing that would allow any sensible comment.

 

My suggestion would be to contact Layers who have filed them, see if they have any view.

 

I have certainly seen AP take year plus, very much depends on the individual case.

Hi there. There are a number of successfully approved WoM filers on Facebook in a group specifically for ADMIN PROCESSING and Im a part of that group. But no one really knows what the Federal Judge looks at or considers as "unreasonable" but one person said the judge follows whats on USCIS. I have yet to find that section on their website.....which is why I also posted it here. So again many have had success and all approved with the exception of one from Mumbai.  Wanted to also say thnak you to you @Boiler You're always one of the first to reply! Youre awesome.

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6 minutes ago, SJordanS said:

Hi there. There are a number of successfully approved WoM filers on Facebook in a group specifically for ADMIN PROCESSING and Im a part of that group. But no one really knows what the Federal Judge looks at or considers as "unreasonable" but one person said the judge follows whats on USCIS. I have yet to find that section on their website.....which is why I also posted it here. So again many have had success and all approved with the exception of one from Mumbai. 

Well there is no time line for AP, by its very nature it is open ended. Also not sure I have seen a WoM case involving USCIS, all the ones I recollect were at the Consulate level.

 

I seriously doubt there is one Judge who hears such cases, different Circuits, Different Judges, different cases.

 

Could you not ask those on Facebook for this information?


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4 minutes ago, Boiler said:

Well there is no time line for AP, by its very nature it is open ended. Also not sure I have seen a WoM case involving USCIS, all the ones I recollect were at the Consulate level.

 

I seriously doubt there is one Judge who hears such cases, different Circuits, Different Judges, different cases.

 

Could you not ask those on Facebook for this information?

I actually posted this Q both here and on Fb hoping to hear from any who have filed WoM and is a member here. But as you are saying you havent seen many so not many on VJ....so I did get info now from a gal who used a local attorney here in Los Angeles. She confirmed her lawyer told her the Judge will check the USCIS post on AP and decide based on that and she filed after being in AP for 90 days and was finally able to get their Visa (CR1). So Im filing first part of April. 


 

 

 

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Presumably you have a Lawyer to file, I would also take advise from them, that sounds awfully quick.


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Just now, Boiler said:

Presumably you have a Lawyer to file, I would also take advise from them, that sounds awfully quick.

Yes everyone uses Jim Hacking. He has a 95% success rate and yes its quick if its unreasonable.....for example when they say send us back the 10 questions and you should get a response in 30 days then nothing for 90 days as in her case, it is unreasonable. Im 180 days since interview and I will consider Jim Hacking or Josh Goldstein, another lawyer with very high success rate. Wish me luck and again THANK YOU for all your help! You are GOLD. 


 

 

 

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I assumed it would be a long process? Courts being backed up, that sounds quite quick.

 

Good luck. Let us know how it goes.


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On 3/13/2020 at 9:24 PM, SJordanS said:

Yes everyone uses Jim Hacking. He has a 95% success rate and yes its quick if its unreasonable.....for example when they say send us back the 10 questions and you should get a response in 30 days then nothing for 90 days as in her case, it is unreasonable. Im 180 days since interview and I will consider Jim Hacking or Josh Goldstein, another lawyer with very high success rate. Wish me luck and again THANK YOU for all your help! You are GOLD. 

Jim Hacking is certainly the best I’ve been hesitant for too long it’s been 1 year and 4 months no movements on my case it’s sitting at California service center since June13,2019. So I’ve decided to go with Jim did my consultation last week and now I’m about to get the ball rolling signing those documents and sending them back so he can move forward he’s by far the best. Goldstein doesn’t grasp my attention!! That’s just my opinion!! Best of luck to us all!!

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On 3/26/2020 at 4:58 PM, WORRIEDSPOUSE said:

Jim Hacking is certainly the best I’ve been hesitant for too long it’s been 1 year and 4 months no movements on my case it’s sitting at California service center since June13,2019. So I’ve decided to go with Jim did my consultation last week and now I’m about to get the ball rolling signing those documents and sending them back so he can move forward he’s by far the best. Goldstein doesn’t grasp my attention!! That’s just my opinion!! Best of luck to us all!!

Have you started with Jim? Any response yet?  


 

 

 

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On ‎5‎/‎4‎/‎2020 at 1:03 PM, SJordanS said:

Have you started with Jim? Any response yet?  

As a matter of fact I have and everyone was served. I was told 60 days from when the last person was served I will hear from USCIS, which is June 20. So for now it's the waiting game. Also, I was informed that because of our current pandemic there could be delays. Keeping my fingers cross I will post my outcome on here. Everyone talks of doing WOM but never bothers to come back and share any follow up details. After our interview we were told we will get our visa but were put in Administrative Processing were given a white slip no additional information needed. This is so frustrating, we go through this process to begin our lives together but yet so many of us are separated from our loved ones and have no idea what's going on we are just waiting and our lives are on hold. We like to believe that if we follow the protocol and provided everything USCIS is asking for we will be successful in this journey; however it's far from the truth. It seems like USCIS just wants to deny our petition. Praying that each and everyone of us have a successful outcome and are reunited with our loved one. Be safe/healthy everyone.

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