Nan Bu v. David M. Radel

Filing 11

ORDER by Judge Dale S. Fischer Dismissing Case 10 . See Order for specifics. Each party agrees to bear it's the party's own litigation costs, expenses, andattorney fees. (Made JS-6. Case Terminated.) (jp)

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JS-6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 11 FOR THE CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA 12 13 14 15 16 No. 2:23-cv-8237-DSF-AS NAN BU, Plaintiff, Pro Se v. 17 DAVID M. RADEL, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Los Angeles 18 Asylum Office Director, 19 Defendant. 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 ORDER DISMISSING CASE Honorable Dale S. Fischer United States District Judge 1 2 Having read and considered the Joint Stipulation to Dismiss the Case submitted by the parties, and finding good cause therefor, 3 IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that: 4 1. The instant action shall be dismissed without prejudice; 5 2. USCIS shall interview Plaintiff, Dan Zhao, on October 17, 2024, at 6:15 6 a.m., at the Los Angeles Asylum Office in Tustin, California. USCIS 7 intends to conduct the interview on the date set, however, the parties 8 understand that due to unexpected staffing limitations or other unforeseen 9 circumstances that may arise, USCIS reserves its right to cancel and 10 reschedule the interview. Should rescheduling be necessary, the interview 11 will be rescheduled within four (4) weeks of the original interview date, 12 absent unforeseen or exceptional circumstances; 13 3. unforeseen or exceptional circumstances; 14 15 Plaintiff agrees to attend the interview on the date listed above, absent 4. If needed, Plaintiff agrees to only make one (1) interview reschedule request 16 and to notify the Los Angeles Asylum Office of the reschedule request, in 17 writing, prior to the scheduled interview date. Plaintiff may email the 18 reschedule request to; 19 5. If multiple reschedule requests are made by Plaintiff, USCIS may place the 20 asylum application back into the Los Angeles Asylum Office’s general 21 interview 22 23 asylum/asylum/affirmative-asylum-interview-scheduling; 24 6. scheduling priorities. See Plaintiff understands that additional interview(s) may be required by USCIS 25 as part of the asylum interview process and the adjudication of the 26 application; 27 28 7. USCIS agrees to diligently work towards completing adjudication of the asylum application within 120 days of completion of Plaintiff’s asylum 1 1 interview, absent unforeseen or exceptional circumstances that would 2 require additional time to complete adjudication; 3 8. In the event that USCIS does not complete adjudication of the asylum 4 application within 120 days of the completion of the asylum interview, 5 Plaintiff may refile this action; 6 9. Plaintiff agrees to submit all supplemental documents and evidence, if any, 7 to USCIS prior to the agreed upon scheduled interview based on the 8 following timelines. Plaintiff may email any supplemental documents to 9 at least seven (7) calendar days before 10 the interview. Alternatively, Plaintiff may mail the supplemental documents 11 to the Los Angeles Asylum Office, P.O. Box 2003, Tustin, CA 92781-2003, 12 postmarked no later than ten (10) calendar days prior to the scheduled 13 asylum interview. Plaintiff recognizes that failure to submit these 14 documents in a timely manner may result in the interview being rescheduled 15 at no fault of USCIS; 16 17 10. Each party agrees to bear it’s the party’s own litigation costs, expenses, and attorney fees. 18 19 Dated: November 13, 2023 20 21 22 ____________________________________ S. FISCHER HONORABLE DALE S UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE 23 24 25 26 27 28 2

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