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Missing Soldier's Wife Gets Green Card

"She was moved to tears," her lawyer Matthew Kolken, who went with her to the immigration office, told the Boston Sunday Globe.

The Untenable Cost Of Doing Nothing On Immigration Reform

Kolken Featured in Fox News Latino Opinion

The Legacy of DREAM 9

A Special Path To Citizenship Is Not Necessary

"We definitely made the right decision in going to Kolken and Kolken."

"I recommend anyone who has an immigration matter in the United States to call Matthew L. Kolken."

"Today I am a proud permanent resident, legally admitted into this wonderful country thanks to this humble yet professional human being who happen to be an amazing lawyer."

Immigration Blog

  • Jul 19, 2018
    "Mr. Matthew saved our lives." A Review From a Satisfied Client: "Mr. Matthew saved our lives. He is THE Best attorney in New York and his team is also very great. I don't have words to explain how much we appreciate what he has done for us. We were in a bad situation because my case was so difficult, but we won the case. I am so thankful of Mr. Matthew and his team." Continue reading >>
  • Jul 10, 2018
    Difficult Adjustment of Status Case Approved without a Waiver A review from a satisfied client: Before I hired Mr. Kolken I was working with another Immigration Law Firm that claims to have been around for decades with the best Immigration attorneys in the country. It was a major disappointment at all levels from incompetence to ignorance of some Immigration Laws to messing up my application (missing and erroneous information) to showing up 20 minutes late to the USCIS interview appointment. As a Continue reading >>
  • Jun 28, 2018
    Asylum Officer Removed from Interview Matthew Kolken had an asylum officer removed from adjudicating his client's application after she prohibited him from asking clarifying questions in violation of the regulations that specifically provide for attorney participation. A demand was made to speak to a supervisor, who corrected the asylum officer, and the officer was removed from presiding over the interview. A new hearing will be scheduled. Practice pointer: do not allow Continue reading >>
  • Jun 1, 2018
    Motion to Reopen Deportation Granted Our motion to reopen a deportation order has been granted by the immigration court, which will now enable our client to apply for his Green Card from inside the Unites States, thereby preventing a lengthy separation from his citizen spouse. Our motion to terminate will follow shortly, which if granted will eliminate the threat of removal. Continue reading >>
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