Legal Services

Impactful Litigation With a Human Connection

Our team’s knowledge, experience, professionalism and teamwork offers strategic counsel and exceptional service in federal immigration litigation.   Whether you face a denied immigration request, long delayed adjudication (‘Mandamus’), or complexities with your immigration history, we will partner with you to receive a fair and just legal procedure. Our focus areas include:

  • Litigating denied and revoked immigration applications;
  • N-336 Naturalization Appeals;
  • Suits for Naturalization and defending Denaturalization suits;
  • Delayed immigration applications;
  • Litigation to invalidate government regulations and policies;
  • Responding to proposed regulations;
  • Complex RFE and NOID responses.

Our team of professionals provides a personal experience and expert advices needed to face our client’s unique challenges.

- Jonathan D. Wasden

Our unique blend of immigration law expertise and federal court litigation gives clients the edge they need to prevail against immigration agencies.


Identifying the right attorney for your case is tough. The flow of information and honest assessment of the situation are vital to making the attorney-client relationship work.


Once we study your case, we will give you an honest and transparent assessment on whether our unique services can meet your requirements. We assure you that we will act quickly and work within an accepted time frame.


Our knowledge, experience, professionalism and teamwork offer strategic counsel and impactful results.

Recent Successful Cases

ITServe v. Neilsen

In 2018 the Department of Homeland Security published a new rule prohibiting third party placement for F-1 students on OPT/CPT. However, they did not go through the required “notice and comment process…”

Shergill v. Mayorkas

As part of the fight for H-4 and L-2 employment authorization Wasden Law filed suit alleging USCIS violated the statute by not giving L-2s employment authorization “incident to status…”

Eddakuni v. Mayorkas

In 2019 the Trump administration unsuccessfully attempted to use the legal process to remove the regulation allowing H-4 EADs. They then created a biometric requirement of all Form I-539 applicants…