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

Immigration Case Successes

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Deportation Avoided - Visa Issued Published: Aug 7, 2006 Robert D. Kolken, Esq. obtained a visitor visa in Toronto and obtained visitor status for a citizen of the U.K., who has previously been denied admission under the Visa Waiver Program and denied a visitor visa and denied a student visa and who had been placed in Immigration Courtproceedings. We had obtained Voluntary Departure in the Immigration Court
Australian E-3 Visa Approval Published: Jul 31, 2006 Matthew Kolken, Esq. has obtained approval of a Nonimmigrant Visa Application, authorizing the temporary employment of an Australian citizen in E-3 status, as Financial Controller of an internationally known travel company. Mr. Kolken’s client will be employed at company offices located outside of Chicago, Illinois. The E-3 visa, which is valid for
25 Year Old Green Card Replaced Published: Jul 31, 2006 Robert D. Kolken, Esq., obtained a new green card for a Canadian citizen whose green card was issued over 25 years ago. A Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card, was filed and approved and the new green card was received in five weeks.
E-2 visa waiver Published: Jul 28, 2006 We secured a client’s readmission to the U.S. within 24 hours after the client had had his E-2 treaty investor visa voided and was refused entry at a port of entry for having allegedly remained in the U.S. beyond his authorized period of stay. The client, a successful Canadian businessman, had an expired Form I-94, but had made trips abroad and
BIA says client desrves Green Card Published: Jul 25, 2006 We successfully obtained reversal of an order of removal entered against his client, a citizen of Jamaica, when the Board of Immigration Appeals found our legal argument to be “persuasive” and agreed that the client deserves lawful permanent resident status to be with his U.S. citizen wife and their baby son. The Board agreed that the
Jordanian Granted Green Card in 15 Months Published: Jul 24, 2006 Robert D. Kolken, Esq., obtained lawful permanent resident status on behalf of a Jordanian citizen who had obtained his conditional status on the basis of a marriage to a United States citizen. The couple separated one year after our client received his two year green card and the divorce was finalized 3 years thereafter. We were able to prove that he had
Denial Overcome Published: Jul 21, 2006 Matthew L. Kolken has overcome an initial was refusal of admission on behalf of his client, a citizen of Canada, who had applied for admission to the United States as an L-1A Intracompany Transferee at the British Columbia/Washington State Peace Arch Port of Entry.When Mr. Kolken's client applied for admission the inspecting officer questioned his
Green Card Approval Published: Jul 21, 2006 Eric W. Schultz, Esq., obtained lawful permanent resident status based on an approved self-petition for the abused spouse of a U.S. citizen, on behalf of a German male client. He originally came to the United States as a member of the military, married a United States citizen and had a child with her. After the birth of their child, his wife began to