UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO DIVISION
January 14, 2008
HARI SINGH SANDHU AND SHARANJIT KAUR, PLAINTIFFS,
ROSEMARY MELVILLE, DISTRICT DIRECTOR, UNITED STATES CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION SERVICES, DEFENDANT.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Maxine M. Chesney United States District Judge
PARTIES' JOINT REQUEST TO BE EXEMPT FROM FORMAL ADR PROCESS; ORDER
Each of the undersigned certifies that he or she has read either the handbook entitled "Dispute Resolution Procedures in the Northern District of California," or the specified portions of the ADR Unit's Internet site , discussed the available dispute resolution options provided by the court and private entities, and considered whether this case might benefit from any of them.
Here, the parties agree that referral to a formal ADR process will not be beneficial because this mandamus action is limited to Plaintiffs' request that this Court compel Defendant to adjudicate Plaintiff Sandhu's application for adjustment of status. Given the substance of the action and the lack of any potential middle ground, ADR will only serve to multiply the proceedings and unnecessarily tax court resources.
Parties' Request to be Exempt from ADR Process C07-5359 MMC
Accordingly, pursuant to ADR L.R. 3-3(c), the parties request the case be removed from the ADR Multi-Option Program and that they be excused from participating in the ADR phone conference and any further formal ADR process.
Dated: January 10, 2008
Pursuant to stipulation and to ADR L. R. 3-3(c), the parties are hereby removed from the ADR Multi-Option Program and are excused from participating in the ADR phone conference and any further formal ADR process.
© 1992-2008 VersusLaw Inc.