Firstland International, Inc. v. INS, No. 03-6139 (2nd Cir. Aug. 2, 2004) was just decided in the Court of Appeals today. The Court agreed with our argument that an approved immigrant visa petition cannot be revoked after the beneficiary has set forth on his or her journey to the US. The decision is on good legal grounds which I believe will withstand further challenge unless there is a statutory amendment.
Alan Lee, Esq.
Editor's Note:For a summary of the case, see above.
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