Immigration Case Successes
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Green Card Approved After Administrative Appeals Office Appeal
Published: Oct 23, 2007
Our Canadian citizen client is married to a United States citizen. She petitioned for him and he applied for adjustment of status in the
United States . His application was denied by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services because of a mail theft conviction in
Our review of the statute and facts resulting in the conviction determined that
Work Authorization Approved for Asylum Applicant
Published: Oct 15, 2007
We just received the approval of an application for employment authorization for our client, a citizen of Albania. Our client's application for asylum was previouly denied, but we were able to have his case reopened because his former attorney did not effectively represent him.
Our client is now authorized to work in the United States while we
Deportation Prevented, Green Card Awarded
Published: Oct 9, 2007
After over four years of litigation, we were able to have deportation proceedings terminated on behalf of our client, a citizen of Yemen.
Our client has been in the United States for over a decade, and is married to a United States citizen. He has paid his taxes every year since entering the United States, and has no criminal convictions.
Asylum Application Approved for Citizen of Hungary
Published: Oct 5, 2007
Our client's application for asylum was just approved by Citizenship and Immigration Services. Our client fears that if she is forced to return to Hungary she would face life threatening danger because of her bi-racial marriage, and the possibility of having her bi-racial United States citizen child taken from her by the government because the child’s
Kolken & Kolken has moved our offices
Published: Oct 5, 2007
After over 20 years we have moved our offices out of the historic Statler Towers. Our new office is located at 135 Delaware Ave, Suite 101, Buffalo, New York, 14202.
Our phone number remains the same: 716-854-1541.
We are up and running, and are looking forward to solving your immigration problem.
Marriage-Based Greencard approved despite separation from spouse
Published: Sep 20, 2007
Our Vietnamese client physically separated from his United States citizen wife and moved to Florida for employment purposes after his conditional green card was approved. His wife remained in Buffalo with her family. We were retained after the Vermont Service Center requested evidence of the bona fides of the marriage.
Robert D. Kolken, Esq.,
Greencards Approved despite Prior Withdrawal of Petition by USC Spouse
Published: Sep 17, 2007
Our clients are citizens of the People’s Republic of
China and are father and son. The father married a
United States citizen who filed a Petition on his behalf, as well as for his son. The INS investigated the bona fides of the marriage because our client was working in New York City and the wife and son were living in
Western New York. After
Client released from immigration custody in 24 Hours
Published: Sep 14, 2007
Our client is a Jamaican citizen and conditional permanent resident of the
United States. He has a joint petition with his
United States citizen wife pending with USCIS for his permanent green card. Criminal charges were instituted against him, which are pending. The Department of Homeland Security lodged a detainer against him and threatened to