Immigration Case Successes
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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
Trade NAFTA Approval: Animal Breeder
Published: Nov 6, 2007
We obtained the approval of a Trade NAFATA application at the Peace Bridge Port of Entry, on the U.S. and Canadian border. Our client, a citizen of Canada, has a Masters of Science in Animal Reproduction and was offered a position as an animal breeder with one of the largest farms in North America.
Matthew L. Kolken, Esq. obtained the approval within
Management Consultant Approved In Trade NAFTA Status
Published: Nov 1, 2007
Our Canadian client was approved as a Management Consultant Professional under the NAFTA for the 7th consecutive year. Normally, Management Consultant positions are not permanent. However, our client is employed by a U. S. company that provides Management Consultant services to major
U. S. corporations. As a result, multiple years of employ by the
North American Free Trade Agreement Accountant Approved
Published: Oct 29, 2007
Our Canadian client was approved under the North American Free Trade Agreement as an Accountant in professional status. He is being employed by a county government.
To obtain approval, Robert D. Kolken, Esq. structured his employment on a year to year basis so that the client would not have immigrant intent to stay in the United States on a permanent
Permanent Green Card Approved
Published: Oct 27, 2007
Our Ghanaian client entered the United Statesas a visitor ten years ago at the age of 16 and then overstayed his status. He later married a United States citizen and became a conditional permanent resident based upon his marriage.
When you become a permanent resident within two years of the date of marriage, you are granted permanent residence on a
Deportation Order Avoided
Published: Oct 25, 2007
Our client is a citizen of the
Republic. He entered the United States legally a number of years ago and then overstayed. Unfortunately, he got tangled up with a crooked immigration consultant, who provided him with real looking documents for a fee. The client then opened a business, which he ran for a number of years.
He was encountered