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Zhenliang Cheng Got US Asylum From China Now Sues For Provisional Unlawful Waiver

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 27 – Zhenliang Cheng, from China, was granted asylum in the United States, but now can't get action on his I-601A application for Provisional Unlawful Waiver by USCIS.

So on November 26, the day after Thanksgiving, he sued.  

The complaint, which Inner City Press found that day in the docket of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, says plaintiff's waiver application is based on the May 29, 2018 approval of his wife's I-130 Immigration Petition, and attaches it: Jewel Zhang, of Middletown, New York. 

The case is  Cheng v. Mayorkas, et al., 21-cv-10087 (Unassigned) 


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