Companies across the nation are discovering that the federal courts can be used to jump-start their employees’ visa applications, stuck in bureaucratic limbo at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Agency.

The immigration agency’s policy of conducting exhaustive background checks to ensure national security — coupled with a complex and shifting maze of administrative rules — significantly delays some work visa petitions, attorneys say.

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