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Immigration Case Successes

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H-1B Approved in 7 Days Published: Nov 14, 2005 Matthew L. Kolken, Esq. obtained approval of an H-1B Petition on behalf of a U. S. convenience store/gasoline station, authorizing the employment of a citizen of India as a Computer Support Specialist/Systems Administrator. The Petition was approved one week from the date of submission. Mr. Kolken's client holds a Bachelor of Engineering Degree from a
L-1A Granted Beyond 7 Years Published: Nov 11, 2005 Robert D. Kolken, Esq. obtained Intracompany Transferee Status (L-1A) for an additional year beyond the seven year limitation, for two Canadian citizen managers of a small construction company. Under the NAFTA, the applications were submitted at the U. S. border without the need for prior approved petitions. Both petitions were granted based upon the fact
Green Card Saved Published: Nov 11, 2005 Matthew L. Kolken received a grant of cancellation of removal on behalf oh his client, a citizen of Jamaica, which saved his Green Card. Mr. Kolken argued that despite a series of criminal convictions his client was eligible for a favorable exercise of discretion. Mr. Kolken's client grew up in the United States, has a United States citizen child, and
Approvals Published: Nov 11, 2005 Eric W. Schultz has provided key legal representation and assistance in obtaining the needed seasonal visas on behalf of two prominent “AA level” minor professional hockey leagues based in the United States. Eric successfully handled all legal work needed to secure “H-2B visas” to be available for 41 US-based pro hockey teams to use to legally employ up to
L-1A Approval Published: Nov 8, 2005 Matthew L. Kolken obtained the approval of an L-1A Intracompany transferee petition that was filed on behlaf of a citizen of Canada. Mr. Kolken's client was previously employed as President of the U.S. company's subsidiary in Canada, and was offered a position in the United States to act as President of North American operations. He may remain in the
Green Card Victory Published: Nov 3, 2005 We successfully represented a client in her application for adjustment of status to lawful permanent resident before the Immigration Court.  The client’s application, based on her marriage to a United States citizen, had been previously denied by the Immigration Courtin its exercise of discretion.  However, a remand was secured from the Board of
Abused Spouse Petition Approved Published: Oct 17, 2005 Eric W. Schultz has successfully obtained approval of a male client’s petition for eligibility for permanent resident status as the abused spouse of a U.S. citizen. The client’s wife had used her ability to petition for US immigration status on his behalf as a weapon against him, and Eric’s presentation that the Violence Against Women Act was meant to
Trade NAFTA Graphic Designer Published: Oct 10, 2005 Eric W. Schultz successfully obtained renewal of his client’s nonimmigrant “Trade NAFTA” status without his client’s need to leave the U.S. His client is a graphic designer for a major men’s lifestyle magazine.