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Immigration Case Successes

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H-1B Approved for 8th Consecutive Year Published: Nov 1, 2006 We just received the approval of H-1B status for an 8th consecutive year on behalf of our client. Matthew L. Kolken, Esq. was able to obtain an extension beyond the six year period that is normally the limit for H-1B status because a labor certification has been pending for over two years. The client has been working for a school in New York City who
Green Card in Three Months Published: Oct 23, 2006 Another Green Card was granted to one of our clients, a native born citizen of the United Kingdom, and a Citizen of Canada. Our client was admitted to the United States in Trade NAFTA status in December 2005, but was laid-off from her employment shortly thereafter and never left the United States. She subsequently married her long-time boyfriend, a United
L-1A Executive Approval Published: Oct 20, 2006 L-1A status was approved on behalf of a manager of a highly successful multi-national software sales company with a Canadian affiliate. The L-1A status enables the client to open a new office in the U.S. Eric W. Schultz, Esq. obtained an immediate approval of the petition at the port of entry following a review by the Free Trade Officer on behalf of his
Immigration Court Terminated Published: Oct 17, 2006 Immigration Court proceedings were terminated in favor of a Pakistani citizen, who had previously been granted asylum under an assumed name. Robert D. Kolken, Esq. successfully argued that the Immigration Judge lacked jurisdiction over the case because the Department of Homeland Security had neglected to follow the Regulations for termination of asylum
Green Card in Nine Months Published: Oct 16, 2006 We just obtained a Green Card approval on behalf of our client, a citizen of Canada, in nine months. Matthew L. Kolken, Esq. was first able to get his client into the country as the Fiancé of a United States citizen. After his admission, he got married, and then applied for his Green Card inside of the country. While his application was pending,
Canadian Admitted after Previous Denial Published: Oct 10, 2006 Robert D. Kolken, Esq. obtained business visitor status at the U.S.-Canadian border on behalf of a Canadian citizen who had previously been denied admission into the United States because he had abandoned his U.S. lawful permanent resident status and could not show sufficient ties to Canada.
Second Circuit grants remand of removal case Published: Oct 6, 2006 The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ordered a remand of a client’s Immigration Court proceeding following written and oral argument before the Second Circuit panel. The Court agreed that because the record indicated that the lower court had apparently failed to consider testimony of the client’s own witness that was vital to the
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