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JUDGE DEALS BLOW IN CITIZENSHIP CLASS ACTION CASES

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According to a report at Bender's Immigration Bulletin, US Federal Judge Lawrence McKenna has refused to certification two classes seeking to sue USCIS and force adjudication of naturalization cases in time for voting in the November election. The judge held that Congress an FBI background check to be completed and it does not require the check be completed in any particular time period.

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  1. hmm's Avatar
    What is puzzling me is the universal insistence by various judges that there is absolutely nothing the Government can do when some cases are resolved in 72 hours while other take years. Like it is a law of nature.
    In fact, there is an obvious remedy: FBI should just hire and train hundreds of new analysts that would be able not just push buttons in the FBI database, but do manual case analysis. There will be a substantial cost of course, and it should be included in the name check price paid by USCIS (and ultimately by the applicants). No judge ever suggested this. I wonder why...


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