CSPA Federal Court Decisions

In 2002, the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) was enacted in order to prevent the separation of families during the often-lengthy immigration process.

Unfortunately, the USCIS and the BIA have interpreted some sections of CSPA in a restrictive matter which has resulted in the separation of thousands of immigrant families. Fortunately, some of these restrictive decisions have been appealed to the Federal Courts and, in a few CSPA Federal Court cases, these agency decisions have been called into question or reversed.


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We link to some of these CSPA Federal Court decisions and the legal briefs below:

CSPA Federal Court Decision- U.S. Court Of Appeals For The Seventh Circuit


CSPA Federal Court Decision- U.S Court Of Appeals For The Fifth Circuit

KHALID V. HOLDER (“Automatic Conversion” and “Retention”)


CSPA Federal Court Lawsuit- U.S Court Of Appeals For The Second Circuit

LI & CEN V. RENAUD (“Automatic Conversion” and “Retention”)

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