CSPA Oral Arguments Before 9th Circuit Court of Appeals

Video of CSPA oral argumentsOn June 19, 2012, Immigration Attorney Carl Shusterman argued before the United States Court of Appeals for the the 9th Circuit in favor of immigrant parents seeking green cards for their sons and daughters under the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA). Below is the video footage of Attorney Shusterman along with Attorney Nancy Miller presenting their CSPA oral arguments.

CSPA was enacted to keep immigrant families together in spite of lengthy family-based and employment-based waiting times which can range up to 23 years or more.



CSPA was enacted to keep immigrant families together in spite of lengthy family-based and employment-based waiting times which can range up to 23 years or more.

The outcome of this class action lawsuit will impact tens of thousands of immigrant families from every country in the world. The CSPA case is especially important to those immigrants from countries with long backlogs in the family and employment preference categories like Mexico, the Philippines, India and China.

The CSPA oral arguments were given before an en banc panel in the Richard R. Chambers Courthouse in Pasadena, California. The 11 judges hearing Attorney Shusterman’s argument were Kozinski, Pregerson, McKeown, Wardlaw, W Fletcher, Fisher, Gould, Paez, Rawlinson, M Smith, and Murguia.

 

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For more videos on the CSPA case, please watch Child Status Protection Act (Part 1)Child Status Protection Act (Part 2), and CSPA Case Heads to the Supreme Court.

Further information is also available on our Child Status Protection Act page and our blog.

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