Immigration Case Successes
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P-1 status approved for minor league pro hockey player
Published: Feb 5, 2007
A minor league pro hockey team secured P-1 nonimmigrant status under the new “COMPETE Act of 2006”. The new law allows minor league level professional sports teams to file petitions to seek the same nonimmigrant status that major league teams have been able to secure in the past, and frees minor league teams from the restrictive
Published: Jan 30, 2007
We were able to avoid an order of removal (deportation) on behalf of our client, a citizen of Canada. Our client was allowed to withdraw her application for admission to the United States after trial, notwithstanding the fact that she had been convicted on several occasions for petty theft and on one occasion for trafficking in a narcotic drug, all in
Management Consultant NAFTA Approval
Published: Jan 26, 2007
We obtained a North American Free Trade (NAFTA) approval for a Canadian citizen to enable him to work as a Management Consultant for a U. S. company based in California.
Robert D. Kolken, Esq. was able to obtain the client’s 9th consecutive approval in such status, based upon the fact that the U. S. employer provides consulting services to U. S.
Immigration Judge grants adjustment of status
Published: Jan 22, 2007
The Immigration Court granted adjustment of status to accord a client from
lawful permanent resident status. The client, married to a
citizen, had initially been denied his green card. Eric W. Schultz, Esq., successfully appealed the denial to the Board of Immigration Appeals, which found that the client was both eligible for a green
NAFTA Approval: Management Consultant
Published: Jan 17, 2007
We obtained an approval under the NAFTA for a Canadian citizen as a Management Consultant for a U. S. company based in
Colorado . Robert D. Kolken, Esq. was able to obtain an 8th consecutive approval in such status, based upon the fact that the U. S. employer provides consulting services to
U. S. companies.
Green Card Granted for Citizen of Germany in Six Months
Published: Jan 16, 2007
We obtained lawful permanent resident status on behalf of a German citizen who entered the United States on the Visa Waiver Program and then married a
United States citizen.
Robert D. Kolken, Esq., initially obtained conditional permanent residence for him based on adjustment of status, and now U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has approved his
BIA remands for consideration of eligibility for relief from removal
Published: Jan 15, 2007
The Board of Immigration Appeals has sent a client’s case back to the Immigration Courtfor further hearing. Eric W. Schultz, Esq., argued on behalf of the client, a permanent resident from Russia, that, because the client had accrued more than 5 years of lawful permanent residence in the U.S. while his case was pending, and had been physically