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

Immigration Case Successes

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Naturalization Approved Published: Mar 8, 2018 Naturalization approved overcoming a notice of intent to deny stemming from a conviction, and an allegation of a failure to pay back taxes. Oath ceremony scheduled.
Asylum Applicant Released From Custody Published: Mar 6, 2018 We just received word that our client, an applicant for Asylum, has been released from custody.
Bond Set For Individual with an Aggravated Felony Published: Mar 1, 2018 Bond set for an individual with a more than decade old aggravated felony conviction. Hoping to get our client out of custody today.
Deportation Terminated Published: Feb 15, 2018 Deportation terminated on behalf of a citizen of Canada. Green Card application to be filed in the coming days.
I-601 Waiver Approved For Citizen of Canada Published: Feb 14, 2018 We just received another I-601 Waiver approval, this time for a citizen of Canada.
IMMIGRATION COURT PROCEEDINGS PREVENTED Published: Feb 1, 2015 Our client is a citizen of India and his Indian wife. He was lawfully admitted to the United States in L-1B specialized knowledge status, and his wife was admitted in L-2 dependent status. Before his status expired, his employer timely filed an extension petition. His status expired while the employer was awaiting an adjudication of the petition. The
CONDITIONAL RESIDENCE TERMINATION REVERSED AFTER TRIAL Published: Jan 12, 2015 Our client is a native and citizen of Jordan. He became a conditional permanent resident in 1995. In 1997 he filed a petition to remove the conditions. His petition languished without adjudication for 11 years. In December 2008 his conditional permanent resident status was terminated allegedly due to abandonment, and the following month Immigration
RETIRED MISSIONARIES ADMITTED TO THE U.S. Published: Jan 1, 2015 Our clients are married Canadian citizens, and are both retired missionaries residing in Canada. Prior to their retirement, on several occasions they were admitted to the United States in nonimmigrant status to act as missionaries for their church. Last Easter Sunday they were denied admission when they were coming to the United States for a vacation. At