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Dinsmore & Shohl LLP | USA | 30 Jun 2010

Uncertainty looms on how USCIS will implement Kazarian v. USCIS decision

In a recent federal court case, Kazarian v. USCIS, 596 F.3d 1115 (9th Cir. March 4, 2010), the U.S. court of appeals upheld USCIS’ denial of an EB-1 Extraordinary Ability Immigrant Petition but found that USCIS had impermissibly redefined the categories of evidence listed in the federal regulations in a narrower fashion than the rules permitted, and improperly discounted evidence submitted by the petitioner.

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Dinsmore & Shohl LLP | USA | 30 Jun 2010

Uncertainty looms on how USCIS will implement Kazarian v. USCIS decision

In a recent federal court case, Kazarian v.USCIS, 596 F.3d 1115 (9th Cir. March 4, 2010), the U.S. court of appeals upheld USCIS’ denial of an EB-1 Extraordinary Ability Immigrant Petition but found that USCIS had impermissibly redefined the categories of evidence listed in the federal regulations in a narrower fashion than the rules permitted, and improperly discounted evidence submitted by the petitioner.

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Dinsmore & Shohl LLP | USA | 30 Jun 2009

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to restore premium processing of I-140 immigrant petitions

Effective June 29, 2009, USCIS began to accept premium processing requests for I-140 Immigrant Petitions filed in the EB-1 Extraordinary Ability, EB-1 Outstanding Researcher and Professor, EB-2 Member of Professions with Advanced Degrees or Exceptional Ability (not seeking a national interest waiver), and EB-3 Basic Degree Professional or Skilled Worker categories.

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