I-140 Intent to Revoke not sent to beneficiary, USCIS violated due process

The U.S. district court in AZ found that USCIS violated due process by not notifying an I140 beneficiary an Intent to Revoke the I-140 and therefore did not provide the beneficiary an opportunity to respond to the I-140 Intent to Revoke before revoking his I-140 and denying his adjustment application.

USCIS sent the I-140 intent to the employer only, so the beneficiary had no knowledge if it, then revoked the I-485 after the I-140 had been revoked.

No. CV 12-0404-PHX-GMS (ECV)

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