Kolken & Kolken. Results-oriented immigration lawyers - specializing in Green Card, Deportation Cases and Temporary Visas.

Immigration Case Successes

Displaying 305 through 312 of 553

Conditions Removed from Green Card Published: Oct 6, 2006 Robert D. Kolken, Esq. obtained approval of a Petition to Remove the Conditions on Residence on behalf of a Jordanian citizen who entered the United States with a two year green card based upon a marriage to a United States citizen. Unfortunately, marital difficulties arose shortly after he arrived in the United States and the couple separated, which
H-1B approved for administrative support personnel manager Published: Oct 5, 2006 “H-1B” nonimmigrant status was secured for a prospective administrative support personnel manager for a top minor pro hockey league. The client, the pro league, sought to transfer the manager’s H-1B from a prior professional employment offer which had fallen through. Because the manager had already been counted against the “H-1B
Deportation Order Reopened Published: Oct 2, 2006 Robert D. Kolken successfully secured reopening of a client’s deportation proceeding before an Immigration Courtin Newark, New Jersey. The client, a native of India, had been ordered deported in 1997, but is married to a United States citizen. During the petition’s pendency before the Federal Court, we filed a motion to reopen the
Green Card in two Months Published: Sep 27, 2006 Robert D. Kolken, Esq. obtained conditional permanent resident status ("Green Card") in only two months for an Australian citizen born in India, who is married to a United States citizen. The client entered the U.S. as a visitor under the Visa Waiver Program and overstayed. It was the clients fourth marriage and the United States citizen’s
Removal Order Avoided Published: Sep 27, 2006 The Immigration Courtin Buffalo agreed that our client, a successful computer analyst in Canada, should be permitted to withdraw his application for admission to the United States and avoid an order of removal.
Trade NAFTA Approval Published: Sep 22, 2006 Robert D. Kolken, Esq. obtained approval of Trade NAFTA status for a Canadian citizen at the Peace Bridge, Buffalo, New York. The application was approved for a period of one year, authorizing the alien’s dual employment as a Social Worker at a Domestic Violence Center and a Professor at a University. Both employers are located in New York City.
Waiver Granted Published: Sep 22, 2006 We just obtained a waiver of grounds of inadmissibility for one of our clients a 43-year-old Canadian citizen. Our client is the president of Canadian real estate Development Corporation that he started in 1995. Matthew L. Kolken argued that his client should be allowed to enter the United States despite a series of criminal convictions which took place
BIA Precedent Decision Published: Sep 20, 2006 Board of Immigration Appelas (BIA) Precedent Decision: Matter of S-L-L-, 24 I&N Dec. 1 (BIA 2006) I.D. # 3541 (1) An alien whose spouse was forced to undergo an abortion or sterilization can establish past persecution on account of political opinion and qualify as a refugee within the definition of section 101(a)(42) of the Immigration and