Immigration Case Successes
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Youth Hockey Program can hire needed hockey instructors
Published: Apr 12, 2006
Eric W. Schultz, Esq., successfully obtained “H-2B” seasonal worker status for 5 potential employees of a client, whose organization needed five instructors to provide teaching and coaching to a youth ice and street hockey development program in Mississippi. The instructors will provide their service during the spring/summer and fall programs.
Visitor visa obtained after client tried on his own and was denied
Published: Apr 3, 2006
Eric W. Schultz, Esq., successfully assisted his client, a Jordanian citizen and landed immigrant of Canada, in obtaining a visitor visa to be admitted to the U.S. to attend business meetings on behalf of the client’s employer. The client had previously applied for visas on his own on four separate occasions and was denied each time because the
I-130 Approved in Two Months
Published: Apr 3, 2006
Robert D. Kolken, Esq. obtained approval on an Immigrant Relative Petition for a United States citizen on behalf of her Canadian citizen spouse in less then two months.
Employment Authorization Approved
Published: Mar 21, 2006
Robert D. Kolken, Esq. obtained employment authorization on behalf of a Canadian citizen, and national of Vietnam, who had been admitted to the United States after being granted a E dependent visa to join her husband in California, where the family operates a wholesale oriental food and restaurant supply business.
Green Card Approval
Published: Mar 10, 2006
Robert D. Kolken, Esq. obtained approval of a permanent green card application on behalf of a French citizen who had obtained her temporary green card on the basis of a marriage to a United States citizen. The couple separated 11 months after our client received her temporary green card and the divorce was finalized 7 months thereafter. We were able to
P-1S Approval for Ice Technician
Published: Mar 8, 2006
We successfully obtained P-1S “Essential Support” Nonimmigrant status on behalf of a Canadian Ice Technician to serve as Ice Technician to maintain the ice surface on behalf of a minor league professional hockey team based in
Texas. The client will assist the team in keeping the ice surface in proper condition for the upcoming playoff
Malaysian asylum permanent resident grant
Published: Feb 7, 2006
We successfully secured lawful permanent resident status for a client from Malaysia won political asylum before a U.S. Immigration Judge 4 years ago. The client and his wife, who are of Chinese ethnicity, feared economic repression by the Malay-dominated government if forced to return to their country of citizenship. The Judge agreed that the deprivation
8th Consecutive NAFTA Approval
Published: Feb 6, 2006
Robert D. Kolken, Esq. obtained admittance to the United States for a Canadian citizen under the NAFTA, as a Management Consultant for a U.S. company based in the State of Washington. This was the 8th consecutive approval in such status, based upon the fact that the U. S. employer provides consulting services to U.S. companies.