WWE Dismisses Lawsuit Against US Citizenship and Immigration Services

WWE has dismissed its lawsuit against the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.

The lawsuit was filed on January 26, though the nature of the lawsuit was unknown due to court documents being sealed. WWE filed to voluntarily dismiss the lawsuit in the United States District Court District of Connecticut on March 10 according to Heel By Nature. The reason for the dismissal is unknown.

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Originally, amended pleadings needed to be filed by March 27 with discovery completed by July 8 and dispositive motions due by September 1.

Immigration attorney Martine G. Cuomo filed the lawsuit on behalf of WWE. Cuomo is a partner at Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy in Westport, Connecticut. Fragomen is the world's largest firm dedicated to corporate immigration and is recognized as the leading global immigration services provider.

An electronic summons was issued on January 27 to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. An answer was required within 60 days.

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