Immigration Case Successes
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Asylum Granted For Citizen of Turkmenistan
Published: Oct 19, 2018
After a two-year legal battle the immigration judge just granted our clients' applications for asylum. Our clients are from Turkmenistan, and fled the country after receiving credible death threats from government actors.
Convinced the Government to Cancel Deportation and Release Client from Detention
Published: Sep 5, 2018
A review from a satisfied client:
I was detained at BFDF (Batavia) for over staying after my visa extension application was denied. My employer was not aware that there was a 10 day period before which I had to leave the country. Matthew met with me at the detention facility and walked through what he intended in detail. He got me out the next day
Client Released From Custody after NTA Cancelled
Published: Aug 30, 2018
Yesterday, Matthew Kolken was able to convince the head of Enforcement and Removal Operations, after first convincing Chief Counsel, to cancel a Notice to Appear prior to it being filed with the immigration court. His client was a detained H-1B overstay whose renewal petition filed by another firm was recently denied. The client was released from custody
Asylum Granted For Citizen of Pakistan
Published: Aug 27, 2018
Asylum granted by the immigration judge on behalf of a citizen of Pakistan who was employed by an American corporation, and who was brutally attacked and hospitalized as a result of the expression of his pro-American sympathies.
Asylum Granted for Citizen of India
Published: Aug 20, 2018
Asylum granted by Immigration Judge for our client, a citizen of India, who was severely beaten by the government for his lawful activities on behalf of a political party.
Deportation Terminated on behalf of an Unaccompanied Minor from Central America
Published: Aug 6, 2018
Our motion to terminate deportation has been granted on behalf of our client, an unaccompanied refugee child from Central America. The termination order permanently eliminates the threat of removal to a country where he faces unspeakable violence. A Green Card will be forthcoming putting an end to this ordeal.
We are proud to say that in the four years