Immigration Case Successes
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Asylum Officer Removed from Interview
Published: Jun 28, 2018
Matthew Kolken had an asylum officer removed from adjudicating his client's application after she prohibited him from asking clarifying questions in violation of the regulations that specifically provide for attorney participation. A demand was made to speak to a supervisor, who corrected the asylum officer, and the officer was removed from presiding over
Motion to Reopen Deportation Granted
Published: Jun 1, 2018
Our motion to reopen a deportation order has been granted by the immigration court, which will now enable our client to apply for his Green Card from inside the Unites States, thereby preventing a lengthy separation from his citizen spouse. Our motion to terminate will follow shortly, which if granted will eliminate the threat of removal.
Published: May 24, 2018
Our motion to terminate deportation was just granted by the Immigration Court in Buffalo. Our Client is finally free of the threat of being taken from his family. Green Card to follow.
Green Card Approved for a Battered Spouse
Published: May 14, 2018
We received the approval of a Green Card for a battered spouse of a United States citizen who abandoned the couple's two United States citizen children, one of which is developmentally disabled. The threat of deportation has finally been lifted.
Published: Mar 8, 2018
Naturalization approved overcoming a notice of intent to deny stemming from a conviction, and an allegation of a failure to pay back taxes. Oath ceremony scheduled.