The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and the plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit protesting the agency’s denial of H-2B visa renewals and applications for Guam are unable to reach a settlement.
The original lawsuit was filed in the District Court of Guam on Oct. 4 by immigration attorney Jeffrey Joseph of the Joseph Law Firm PC of Aurora, Colo., on behalf of Guam contractors who are seeking class-action certification to have H-2B applications approved and for the court to order USCIS to engage in rule-making procedures with notice and comment so petitioners can . . .
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