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Immigration Case Successes

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Client Ordered Deported Released from Custody Without Having to Post a Bond Published: Dec 26, 2007 We just got our client out of custody who was ordered deported in California in 1994.  The Court ordered her deported because she did not appear at her asylum hearing.  The reason our client did not appear was because Immigrantion provided the Court with the wrong address.  After applying for asylum our client notified Immigration of her new address where
Waiver Granted for Citizen of Canada who is Permanently Inadmissible Published: Dec 24, 2007 We just obtained the approve of a nonimmigrant waiver of inadmissibility on behalf of our client, a 32-year-old citizen of Canada.  Our client has a theft conviction and had falsely represented herself as a United States citizen. As a result, our client is permanently inadmissible to the United States and may not enter unless she receives advance permission
Asylum Won Before Judge with a 92.4% Denial Rate Published: Dec 20, 2007 We just won an asylum application on behalf of our client a 46-year-old native and citizen of Zambia, who escaped persecution in her home country, which took the form of repeated anonymous threats of death, arbitrary detention, and torture as a form of political intimidation, and punishment because she changed political parties and attempted to lawfully
Client Released in 24 Hours Published: Dec 19, 2007 Immigration Court proceedings were instituted against our Jamaican client due to an alleged conviction of a crime constituting an aggravated felony.  The statute mandates that he be held in custody during his Immigration Court proceeding.  When his criminal attorney had his appeal reactivated, Robert D. Kolken, Esq. was able to have the Immigration Court
Immigration Court Proceedings Terminated Published: Dec 17, 2007 Our Iraqi Kurdish client had been ordered removed before we were retained, and his appeal had been dismissed.  Upon investigation, we learned that the conviction for which the removal was based, had been vacated by his criminal attorney.  Robert D. Kolken, Esq. moved to reopen his appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals.  Because the time for so
10th Year in L-1A Status Granted. Published: Dec 4, 2007 Our Canadian client is an intracompany transferee, and Vice President of a Canadian construction company, which has a U. S. affiliate actively operating in various places in the United States.  The client divides his time between the two companies. Normally, intracompany transferee status for executives and managers is limited to a total of seven
Nonimmigrant Waiver of Inadmissibility Granted Published: Nov 19, 2007 Our Canadian citizen client is inadmissible to the United States as a result of a 1993 conviction of possession of stolen property in Canada which makes him inadmissible for life.  He applied for a nonimmigrant waiver of inadmissibility so that he could enter the United States for business or pleasure.  The grant of the waiver is discretionary with
NAFTA Intracompany Transferee (L-1A) Approved Published: Nov 8, 2007 We obtained approval for an Intracompany Transferee in L-1A status at the border. Our client is a Canadian citizen who is a shareholder and officer of a small family owned and operated construction business. The company has expanded into the U. S. Because of the increase in U. S. business, the client was transferred to the U. S. in L-1A status to act in