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Immigration Case Successes

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TN STATUS GRANTED AFTER PRIOR REFUSAL Published: Jun 6, 2007 Our Canadian citizen client is a Computer Systems Analyst. She is employed by a U.S. municipality as such. Before retaining our law firm, she was denied admission in TN status to work for the municipality. We had her application approved at the border last year, and have now secured a renewal of her status at the border so that she can continue her
BIA remands because of vacated conviction Published: May 23, 2007 Our client's conviction was vacated under N.Y. Penal Code Sec. 155.25 because his guilty plea was not "voluntary, knowing, and intelligent." The Board of Immigration Appeals Remanded. Matter of Avdel, A28-191-649 - Buffalo, May 8, 2007, unpublished. Click here to read the decision.
Client's Husband Missing in Iraq Published: May 17, 2007 Our Client, Army Specialist Alex Ramon Jimenez, a United States citizen and a Serviceman with the United States Army. who had been deployed to Iraq for his second tour of duty has gone missing. His wife remains in the United States, and her Immigration Status remains uncertain. Mrs. Jimenez’s case was administratively closed by Hon. Philip J.
VOLUNTARY DEPARTURE GRANTED DESPITE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION Published: May 15, 2007 An Immigration Judge granted voluntary departure for our client, a citizen of the People’s Republic of China, who was charged with being present without inspection since 2002. Bond had been redetermined by the Immigration Judge at $50,000, although the Government initially held our client without bond because of an ongoing investigation concerning
Deportation Order Vacated by the Board of Immigration Appeals Published: May 14, 2007 The Board of Immigration Appeals reopened a final order of removal on behalf of our client who is a citizen of Iraq, acting upon a motion filed by Robert D. Kolken, Esq. The basis for the motion was that one of our client’s convictions was vacated by the criminal court because his guilty plea was not voluntary, knowing, and intelligent. The
Hard Fought Green Card Victory Published: May 10, 2007 We just obtained a Green Card for our client, a citizen of Canada, after a three year wait. Our client is married to a United States citizen, but had previously overstayed her status, and subsequently departed the United States. As a result she was stuck outside of the country. We first had to convince that United States Consulate that our client was not
Asylum Victory before Judge with 92.4% Denial Rate Published: May 8, 2007 We were able to score a significant victory for our client, a citizen of Mauritania, by winning her application for asylum before Judge Rocco, one of the most difficult Judges in the entire United States to win asylum before. The basis for the claim for asylum was that our client was stripped of her ancestral land on account of her race, and when she
Deportation Avoided Published: May 4, 2007 We were able to avoid an order of deportation for our client, a citizen of Argentina. Our client came to the United States 5 years ago as a visitor and never left the Country. She has been living and working here without authorization ever since. Our client was granted voluntary departure after agreeing to purchase a plane ticket on her own, thereby