Maramjaya v. USCIS

U.S. District Court on Standing of I-140 Beneficiary


This decision is relied on by the Administrative Appeals Office in I-140 petition cases involving education equivalency problems. However, this case is particularly interesting because the Plaintiff is the I-140 Beneficiary and Judge Lamberth stated that Mr. Maramjaya actually has standing to sue without the sponsoring company.

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