Successful Results from EAD Delay Litigation

Reddy & Neumann, P.C. has been proud to lead the charge against USCIS’ unlawful delay of EAD applications. To date, we have filed eight lawsuits in federal court representing hundreds of EAD holders who were at risk of losing or have already lost...

FAQ's on Consular Processing

U.S. consulates are set up around the world to assist and protect U.S. citizens and facilitate trade and friendship between the people of the United States and foreign country. There are more than 20 nonimmigrant visa types for people traveling to...

Why We Sued USCIS for H-4 and H-4 EAD Delays

The fight for fair and timely visa processing for legal immigrants continues. Reddy & Neumann, P.C. is representing four spouses who have had enough of waiting for their H-4 and EAD renewals. We sued U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)...

What can you do when your H-4 processing is delayed?

           Recently, our firm has become aware that H-4 applications, even when filed concurrently with a premium processing H-1B petition, are not being adjudicated in a timely manner. As you may be aware. Starting in March 2019, USCIS introduced...

First Cousin Marriage Under U.S. Immigration Law

For many families, marriage provides the opportunity for spousal immigration classification. In order to enjoy the benefit of the classification, the marriage must be a legally valid marriage under U.S. immigration laws. In most cases, the law of place...

Is Your Child Aging Out?

The term “aging out” occurs when a “child” applies for an adjustment of status and/or an extension of nonimmigrant status, but during the adjudication of the application the “child” turns 21 years old and is no longer eligible to receive the requested...