Litigation is emerging as one of the necessary tools to consider when facing unreasonable adjudication delays, inconsistent decisions, and increased denials at unprecedented rates.
It has become increasingly more difficult for foreign nationals to be employed in the United States, either temporarily or permanently, under new restrictive interpretations by USCIS. Litigation is emerging as one of the necessary tools to consider when facing unreasonable adjudication delays, inconsistent decisions, and increased denials at unprecedented rates. More commonly during these difficult times, the only way to challenge arbitrary or erroneous immigration decisions is through litigation in federal court. An experienced and successful immigration litigation attorney is essential when deciding to pursue litigation.
Watch any of the litigation webinar recordings below on-demand.
Litigation for Employers
Employers have typically been unfamiliar with the process, and apprehensive about adverse outcomes or retaliation. This webinar, led by the Klasko Business Litigation Team, is designed specifically for general counsel, human resources, and talent acquisition professionals to feel empowered in taking back some control over the process.
Litigation for EB-5 Investors
EB-5 investors are facing unique issues and challenges concerning their futures in the U.S. Depending on the investor’s birthplace, phase in the EB-5 process, and if there are dependents’ ages to be considered, there are different options and recommendations. If you’re an EB-5 investor or developer and are ready to take action, this webinar is for you.
Litigation for Universities, Hospitals, and Research Institutions
Universities, hospitals, and research institutions face unique challenges when managing immigration issues for international students and exchange visitors. The current immigration environment has produced unprecedented delays, denials, and restrictive policies, which have adversely affected student enrollment. When it seems as if there are no options available, there is still one to consider: litigation.
Litigation for Immigrants
Acquiring visas and work authorization is a moving target, with administration policies and practices often contradicting regulations and law. Quota backlogs require years — sometimes decades — of visa renewals with expenses mounting. Skilled foreign nationals are left in the lurch, uncertain of their futures in the U.S. This webinar is designed specifically for skilled foreign nationals to evaluate litigation options when there seem to be no other options left.
With an impressive background in immigration litigation, which is exceedingly rare among business immigration law firms, Klasko Immigration Law Partners has recognized the growing need to be able to defend and support clients with a broader range of actionable options. Klasko’s immigration litigation attorneys can point to many victories both by verdict and settlement. With Klasko Law’s Business Litigation team, foreign nationals or their employers can overcome unfair decisions and practices by the immigration agencies.