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Deportation Prevented

Published: Jan 18, 2006 By: Matthew L. Kolken Source: My Source
Matthew L. Kolken, Esq. prevented the deportation of his client, a citizen of Mexico, who had been charged with removability as a result of being convicted for two counts of indecency, one of which was a mere violation of a public ordinance.  The client was charged by Citizenship and Immigration Services as being removable for having two crimes involving moral turpitude.  Mr. Kolken argued that neither conviction rendered his client deportable, and that he should be allowed to remain in the United States.  Mr. Kolken’s client has a United States citizen mother who has sponsored him for a Green Card, and that application will now be adjudicated by Citizenship and Immigration Services.  Mr. Kolken’s client was released from Immigration Custody, and has been reunited with his family.
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