Settlement Agreement in Perez-Olano, et al. v. Holder, et al., Case No. CV 05-3604, in U.S. District Court for the Central District of California
This settlement applies to all juveniles who are not U.S. citizens and who applied on May 13, 2005, or after that date, or who wish to apply for immigration status based on having been abused, abandoned, or neglected. The full notice of proposed settlement agreement and final proposed settlement agreement are accessible below. You will need the latest version of the free Adobe Reader software to view the documents.
Special Immigrant Juvenile Motions to Reopen before USCIS
Certain persons who applied for Special Immigrant Juvenile (SIJ) classification on or after May 13, 2005 and whose petitions were denied or revoked may be eligible to file a motion to reopen the denied SIJ petition (Form I-360) or SIJ-based application for adjustment of status (Form I-485). See Perez-Olano, et al. v. Holder, et al., 2:05-cv-03604-DDP (C.D. Cal.)
Am I eligible to file a motion to reopen?
You may file a motion to reopen if your SIJ petition or SIJ-based application for adjustment of status was denied or revoked on account of:
What should I include in my motion to reopen?
If you are eligible to file a motion to reopen, please send USCIS:
Where should I mail my motion to reopen?
U.S. Postal Service (USPS):
Courier/Express (non-USPS) Deliveries:
Last Reviewed/Updated: 03/11/2011