Robert Groban, Jr., Quoted in “Immigration Cases to Watch in 2015”


Robert S. Groban, Jr., Member of the Firm and National Chairperson of the firm’s Immigration Law Group (ILG), was quoted in the inaugural issue of Immigration Law360, in “Immigration Cases to Watch in 2015,” by Allissa Wickham. (Read the full version — subscription required.)

Following is an excerpt:

“I really have never seen a successful APA challenge that’s not based on some sort of procedural due process where there’s been a radical sea change,” said Bob Groban of Epstein Becker & Green PC. “Here, what we’re really talking about is the exercise of prosecutorial discretion, and that dates back to the days of our Constitution.”…

”The ultimate question is whether a consular officer’s decision is totally nonreviewable,” Groban said. “But if they fall back from that, then there’s the question of what level of applicant potentially could require even a superficial review.”