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.

 

Client Reviews

CSPA Federal Court Decisions 1

Know Their Job Well And Perform It Flawlessly

“Don't do the mistake we did and try to save few bucks going with nonprofessionals and sole practitioners! It will end up not only costing you much more in the long run, but also putting your status in jeopardy which can have a priceless impact. It is one of the most important steps in your life.”

- Sgt. Danny Lightfoot, Los Angeles, California
Read More Reviews

Skype Consultations Available!

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

AROBELIDZE V. HOLDER 

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

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

WU V. HOLDER

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

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

Over 100 Years of Immigration Experience Working for You

arvo rating shusterman law v2Best Lawyers in America Carl Shusterman Law
Super Lawyers Shusterman LawLexis Nexis Peer Review Rated Shusterman Law

What Can We Help You With - Videos

Senate Testimony

Green Cards through Employment

Green Card through Marriage

 

View More Videos


Rate this page: