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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

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Immigration Blog

  • Jan 15, 2019
    Green Card Issued for Unaccompanied Minor from Central America We just received news that our client, a Central American unaccompanied minor, has received his Green Card putting a permanent end to the threat of deportation. This case had a bumpy road, as we were first able to obtain his release from detention, and obtain multiple continuances to allow for the adjudication of a special immigrant juvenile petition. Once approved we successfully moved to terminate removal to enable him to apply for his Green Continue reading >>
  • Jan 9, 2019
    L-1A Intracompany Transferee Approved L-1A intracompany transferee approved overcoming a Notice of Intent to Deny on behalf of a manager to be employed at a new company located in North Carolina. Continue reading >>
  • Dec 24, 2018
    Provisional Stateside Waiver Approved Provisional Stateside Waiver approved for a citizen of India. The immigrant visa application is in process, and once issued will allow our client, a spouse of a naturalized United States citizen, to return to this country with a Green Card. Continue reading >>
  • Dec 17, 2018
    Asylum Approved for Citizen of Yemen Another asylum application approved, this time on behalf of a citizen of Yemen, overcoming Trump's travel ban. The application was affirmatively filed in August 2018, and was approved by the Trump administration 45 days after the interview was scheduled The next step is to reunite our client with her husband. Continue reading >>
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