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Immigration Case Successes

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Green Card for Spouse of U.S. Citizen Published: Jun 17, 2008 We just won a Green Card for our client, a Citizen of Australia, based on her marriage to her United States citizen spouse, but in order to get it we first had to defeat charges of deportation that were against her. After being retained we were able to get venue moved from the Immigration Court in Atlanta, Georgia to the Court in Buffalo, New
Determination of inadmissibility reversed Published: Jun 9, 2008 Our client was previously refused entry to the United States at the Toronto Pearson International Airport in 2002. At that time, the Immigration Officer denied our client’s application for admission, and stated that the reason for the denial was that he had violated a deportation order. The Immigration Officer further advised our client that he was
Canadian Management Consultant approved in Trade NAFTA status for 9th year. Published: May 28, 2008 Our Canadian client is a well qualified Management Consultant. She is employed by a U. S. company on a contractual basis to provide Management Consultant services to their clients. As a result, she is not subject to the usual limitation on the length of Management Consultant employment in Trade NAFTA status. U. S. Customs and Border Protection approved her
Deportation Prevented: Green Card on the Way Published: May 19, 2008 We just obtained the termination of Deportation Proceedings on behalf of our client, a citizen of Benin. Our client was lawfully admitted to the United States as a B-2 nonimmigrant visitor in 1992. Last September she married her United States citizen husband who filed all of the necessary forms for her Green Card with Citizenship and Immigration Services
Canadian approved at border after previous denial as visitor. Published: May 13, 2008 Our Canadian citizen client obtained Lawful Permanent Resident status in 2001. Unfortunately, she left the United States and returned to Canada in 2002 where she has remained ever since without maintaining sufficient ties to the United States to avoid abandoning her status. In 2007she entered the United States as a visitor to attend an advanced degree
Green Card Approval Published: May 6, 2008 Our client, a citizen of Bolivia, was just granted her Green Card by Citizenship and Immigration Services in Buffalo New York. Our client came to the United States as a visitor, but did not depart the U.S. when she was required. After seven years of courtship she married her United States citizen husband. From start to finish it took 5 months for the Green
Intra-Company Transferee Status Approved Published: May 1, 2008 We just obtained the approval of an Intra-Company Transferee work permit for a citizen of the United States so that he may work for his affiliated company in Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada. Our client is the Vice President of a company that specializes in real estate development, and was refused admission to Canada at the border and had his NEXUS pass
Investor and family receive their Green Cards in Five Months Published: Apr 30, 2008 Our client is the owner of a multi-national corporation with offices in both the United States and the Netherlands. We first were able to get the family over to the United States on a temporary visa called an L-1A. This allowed our client to enroll his children in School, and oversee the operations of his United States Corporation while his Green Card