Chinese investors vs U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
Filing Date:August 06, 2013
Case:Lianming Zhao v. Janet Napolitano, et al.
Jurisdiction:Federal District Court for the Central District of California
Civil / Criminal:Civil
Arbitrary and capricious action/decision making
Zhao argues that the denial of his Petition violated the Administrative Procedures Act, and requests that the Court direct the Government to approve his Petition. On September 26, 2012, USCIS denied Zhao’s I-526 Petition. The USCIS reasoned that Zhao failed to demonstrate sufficiently that: (1) his required capital investment had been, or would be made available to Berkeley Dog; (2) his investment in Berkeley Dog resulted in creating the required number of full-time jobs for qualifying employees; and (3) that Berkeley Dog had a comprehensive business plan sufficiently detailed to establish the requisite job- creation potential.
Lianming Zhao v. Janet Napolitano, et al.Lianming_Zhao_v._Janet_Napolitano__et_al..pdf
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