the 4th Circuit revived claims the USCIS has unreasonably delayed in placing five applicants for U visas on waiting lists so they can qualify for permits allowing them to work legally in the U.S. A unanimous three-judge panel said it was too early in the litigation to determine whether USCIS had reasonable policies in place for processing applications for U visas, which are issued to victims of serious crimes who cooperate with law enforcement, and a judge in North Carolina should not have granted the agency’s motion to dismiss.

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4th Circuit revives claim over USCIS delays in processing U visa applications.