Angela Warren and her team at Warren Law Firm have over 20 years of experience helping with immigration issues, such as filing a Federal Tort Claim. Our track record of success includes:
- Wrongful deportation of a US citizen
- Constitutional violations of a non-US person
- Tortious conduct of US ICE Officers against non-US persons
If you believe you may have a claim of negligence against a federal agency or the USCIS and are interested in suing, Warren Law Firm can help.
About The Federal Tort Claim Act
The Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) is a federal statute that allows private parties to sue the United States government, such as USCIS, for wrongs committed by the federal government. Our office has successfully sued U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for their actions which have caused harm by their intentional and unintentional actions. Lawsuits against USCIS include wrongful deportation, false imprisonment, abuse of process, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
To file a claim under the Federal Tort Claim Act, you must:
- File within two years from the time your claim arises
- Include facts and damages in your claim
- Once your claim has been submitted, the federal agency has six months to rule on it. The agency may either “admit” your claim and agree the claim is valid or you may need to go to court. If your claim is rejected, you have six months to file your lawsuit.
How to File a Claim Under The Federal Tort Claim Act
To start the process of filing a claim under the Federal Tort Claim Act, contact Warren Law Firm to schedule a consultation. We will help you build a strong case and represent you throughout the process, which can be long, complex and exacting.
To take the first steps in filing a Federal Tort Claim, contact Warren Law Firm to schedule a consultation.