Immigration Case Successes
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Labor Certification Approval for Advanced Degreed Engineer
Published: Mar 21, 2007
A labor certification application filed with “Reduction in Recruitment” processing to allow a local firm offer permanent employment to a Mechanical Engineer with a Ph.D. in his field was approved by the Labor Department after the demonstration that the client needed a mechanical engineer with at least a Master’s Level degree, and that no
Humanitarian Administrative Closure
Published: Mar 20, 2007
The Honorable Philip J. Montante Jr. administratively closed our client's case on humanitarian grounds. Our clients have two
citizen children, one of which is suffering from an extremely rare medical condition that requires constant medical evaluation during his formative years. Judge Montante agreed that it served the interests of
Deportation order Vacated
Published: Mar 17, 2007
A deportation order that was issued against our client in over a decade ago has been vacated by the Immigration Judge by the filing of a motion to reopen proceedings. Our client was born in Yugoslavia (
Montenegro ), and was originallyplaced in exclusionary proceedings on December 5, 1992.
Matthew L. Kolken successfully argued that the ineffective
Trade NAFTA Accountant Approval
Published: Mar 16, 2007
Trade NAFTA professional status as an accountant was approved for our client, a native of Guyana and citizen of
Canada . Three years ago the client was denied such status due to his lack of an appropriate degree. Robert D. Kolken overcame the previous denial, and our client is now eligible to start working for in the United States as an accountant.
NONIMMIGRANT WAIVER APPROVED
Published: Mar 15, 2007
A nonimmigrant waiver of inadmissibility was approved for a native of Argentina and citizen of Canada, who is inadmissible to the
United States as a result of a conviction of possession of a controlled substance. Robert D. Kolken, Esq. filed the the client’s first waiver application and it was granted for a period of one year for multiple entries.
NONIMMIGRANT WAIVER APPROVED IN SEVEN WEEKS
Published: Mar 14, 2007
A nonimmigrant waiver of
inadmissibility was granted to our client, a Canadian citizen, in only seven weeks after filing. The
waiver was granted for five years. Robert D. Kolken, Esq. had previously obtained three one year
waivers for this client. He is inadmissible as a result of aiding and abetting
an alien to come to the United
States in violation of
GREEN CARD APPROVED
Published: Mar 13, 2007
A Green Card (lawful permanent resident
status) was granted to our client, a native of Guyana
and citizen of Canada.
Robert D. Kolken, Esq. brought the client in to the United States
as a Trade NAFTA professional to work in Florida.
After he felt comfortable with the job we adjusted his status within the United States based upon a petition we filed
Deportation Order Vacated
Published: Mar 9, 2007
The Board of Immigration Appeals overturned an Immigration Judge’s decision to deport one of our clients because the client had been denied the right to a trial on the merits of whether he was actually deportable.
The client was represented by Robert D. Kolken, Esq. The case was remanded to the Immigration Court to give us an opportunity to