MLF Attorney, Adam Rosen, Publishes Article on Recent Immigration Case

We are pleased to announce that Adam Rosen, a Member of the Murthy Law Firm and Supervising Attorney in the Special Projects Department, has published an article in the Summer 2012 Newsletter of the Immigration and Naturalization Committee of the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of International Law, a professional organization dedicated to promoting the rule of law among lawyers interested in immigration. The ABA’s International Law Section was founded in 1933 and has more than 23,000 members in more than 90 countries.

Rosen’s article, A New Development in the Zone of Interest: The I-140 Beneficiary and Federal Court Standing, discusses Vemuri v. Napolitano, a recent court decision that addresses the circumstances under which an employer-sponsored green card beneficiary may sue USCIS for denying an I-140. In light of this recent decision, Rosen writes, a person who has used AC21 green card portability may have an argument in federal court against the USCIS on the I-140 revocation.

We at the Murthy Law Firm are proud of the work our attorneys do on behalf of our clients. We are equally proud of their contributions to the advancement of the profession, and their leadership in explaining the complexities of immigration law and the implications of the latest judicial decisions to immigration practitioners here in Maryland and nationwide. Our warmest congratulations to Adam on the publication of his latest article!

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