Immigration Case Successes
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Immigration Judge's Deportation Order Vacated
Published: Sep 13, 2007
We just won an appeal of an Immigration Judge's deportation order in Miami, Florida. Our client, was ordered deported to El Salvador, after the denial of his Green Card application, as well as his application for asylum. The client came to us after being ordered deported, and retained us to appeal the Immigration Judge's decision.
The Board of
Labor Certification Approved
Published: Sep 12, 2007
We just obtained the approval of a labor certification from the U.S. Department of Labor. The employer, a gas station/mini-mart, filed the labor certification in April 2001, and has been unable to find anyone in the U.S. to fill the position they want to offer to our client, despite repeated advertisements in local newspapers.
Our client will be able
Who's Who in Law: 2007
Published: Sep 10, 2007
Robert D. Kolken, Esq. has been named to the Buffalo Business First, and the Buffalo Law Journal's listing of attorneys recognized as the Who's Who in Law for 2007.
Sisters from Argentina Released From Custody
Published: Aug 14, 2007
We were able to obtain our clients’ release from custody yesterday under the new electronic monitoring program. Our clients, sisters from Argentina, were being held in custody without bond because they entered the United States under the Visa Waiver Pilot Program (VWPP) and did not leave the
As VWPP overstays our
Immigration Judge's Waiver Denial Overturned by BIA
Published: Jul 24, 2007
The Board of Immigration Appeals has reversed the denial of a waiver application on behalf of our client, a citizen of
Canada . Our client is inadmissible to the
United States as a result of a conviction that occurred in 1997. The Canadian sentencing recommendation report from the conviction refers to our client's crime as "low end"
Published: Jul 18, 2007
Deportation proceedings where terminated in favor of our client, a citizen of
. Our client has a series of minor criminal conviction that took place over ten years ago for which he only served 5 days in jail total. The government argued that he was deportable because of these convictions, but failed to provide the Court with sufficient proof
IMMIGRATION COURT PROCEEDING TERMINATED
Published: Jul 16, 2007
Our Canadian citizen client was charged with being inadmissible to the United States for a period of 10 years because it was alleged that he had overstayed his Trade NAFTA (TN) status for a period of approximately one and a half years. The Department of Homeland Security instituted Immigration Court proceedings against him.
Robert D. Kolken, Esq.,