Salla v. Mayorkas et al

Filing 22

ORDER granting #21 Letter Motion to Adjourn Conference. The conference is rescheduled for March 11 at 12:30 p.m. SO ORDERED. Initial Conference set for 3/11/2024 at 12:30 PM before Judge Arun Subramanian.. (Signed by Judge Arun Subramanian on 2/6/2024) (tg)

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Case 1:23-cv-11047-AS Document 21 Filed 02/06/24 Page 1 of 2 LAW OFFICES OF SANJAY CHAUBEY 211 East 43rd Street, Suite 623 New York, NY, 10017 Phone: (212) 563-3223 Email: Mailing Address 19 Stillman Lane, Pleasantville, NY 10570 February 6, 2024 Via ECF Honorable Judge Arun Subramanian United States District Court Southern District of New York 500 Pearl Street, Courtroom 15A New York, NY 10007 RE: Rasiklal Bhuralal Salla v. Alejandro Mayorkas, et al., Index No. 23-cv-11047 (AS) Dear Judge Subramanian, I represent Petitioner Rasiklal Bhuralal Salla in the captioned matter. I am writing this letter-motion pursuant to the Honorable Court’s Individual Practices, Rule 3-E, requesting this court to adjourn the Initial Pretrial Conference scheduled on February 22, 2024 and postpone the same to a later date after March 8, 2024, when the answer of the Respondent is due. The reason I make this request is that due to my prior travel plans, I will be travelling overseas from February 20th, to February 23rd, 2024, and therefore will not be able to attend the Pretrial Conference as scheduled by the Court. I have conferred with Defendant’s Attorney, Courtney E. Moran, and we are discussing preliminary facts about this matter. She also consents to my request for adjournment of the Initial Pretrial Conference in view of the filing deadline of Respondent’s Answer on or before March 08, 2024. Accordingly, parties’ time to file a Joint Letter, as well as a proposed Civil Case Management Plan and Scheduling Order will also be rescheduled to no later than Thursday of the week prior to the adjourned conference date. This is the first request for adjournment in this matter. 1

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