Immigration Case Successes
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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.
Lacrosse Green Card
Published: Oct 5, 2005
Eric W. Schultz, Esq., obtained approval from US Citizenship and Immigration Services of an application for lawful permanent resident status on behalf of his client, a Professional Lacrosse Player in a prominent major professional Lacrosse league in North America. The application was based on the player’s extraordinary ability in athletics, which is
Published: Oct 3, 2005
We successfully obtained P-1 Essential Support Nonimmigrant status on behalf of a retired professional Hockey player who has successfully parlayed his career into coaching. Our client will be a head coach for a top-level minor professional hockey team in the
, and has proper authorization for the upcoming 2005-06 season.
Lacrosse Conference Attended
Published: Sep 26, 2005
Eric W. Schultz was a featured Guest Speaker at the Annual General Meeting of the Professional Lacrosse Players Association held recently in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He spoke the PLPA’s Executive Committee about immigration to the United States in general as well as issues that may particularly impact on amateur and professional sports.
Green Card Approval
Published: Sep 19, 2005
Eric W. Schultz successfully assisted a minor professional hockey player from Canada obtain lawful permanent resident status in the United States through his marriage to a U.S. citizen.
Green Card in under 90 Days
Published: Sep 6, 2005
Matthew L. Kolken. Esq. received the approval of a green card application that was filed on behalf of the mother of a U.S. citizen. The application for adjustment of status was approved in under 90 days.
Employment Based Green Card Approved
Published: Aug 31, 2005
Matthew L. Kolken, Esq. who formerly had obtained L-1A status for a Canadian citizen to work for his family business in the United States, obtained both the approval of a petition immigrant worker on behalf of the employer, and after a brief interview, lawful permanent resident status for the employee. The employee will be eligible to apply to become a