The U.S. district court in Arizona found that
USCIS violated due process by failing to notify an I-140 beneficiary of adverse
evidence and provide an opportunity to respond before revoking his I-140 and
denying his adjustment application. USCIS had sent the notice of intent to
revoke the I-140 only to the employer, then revoked the I-485 after the I-140
had been revoked.