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

Immigration Case Successes

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TN Approval Published: Aug 9, 2005 Eric W. Schultz, Esq., has obtained approval of an application for Trade NAFTA status for a retired professional hockey player with experience in hockey management to serve as Management Consultant for an expansion franchise in a prominent minor professional hockey league. The team is planning to start play in the 2006-07 season, and the client will
H-1B Approval Published: Jul 28, 2005 We obtained approval of a petition filed by a U.S. university to classify its athletic facilities director for its Division One athletics program in H-1B nonimmigrant status, based the demonstration that the position requires someone to possess a bachelor’s level or higher education. U.S. colleges and universities are among those not affected by
E-2 Treaty Investor Visa Approved Published: Jul 27, 2005 Robert D. Kolken, Esq., obtained Treaty Investor status on behalf of a Canadian citizen, enabling him to manage and direct his specialty market in California. The client had previously been ordered deported from the United States by an Immigration Judge.
Green Card Victory Published: Jul 27, 2005 Matthew L. Kolken has obtained a grant of Adjustment of Status on behalf of his client, a thirty-year-old native and citizen of India . Mr. Kolken’s client first entered the United States in 1999 as a visitor, and over-stayed his visitor status. As a result, Immigration Court proceedings were instituted against him. After the
Green Card Granted by Immigration Judge Published: Jul 22, 2005 Matthew L. Kolken, Esq. obtained approval of client’s application to adjust status to become a lawful permanent resident in a trial before the Immigrtion Court in Buffalo, New York . The client, a citizen of Peru, entered the United States in 1996 in R-2 status and was charged for criminal possession of a forged instrument, for which he was
Couple Reunited Published: Jul 21, 2005 Robert D. Kolken, Esq. obtained parole at the Canadian border for a Canadian citizen wife of a U.S. citizen enabling the couple to be reunited in the United States, notwithstanding the wife's inadmissibility due to three criminal convictions. Our clients have been married for over two years, but had neglected to apply for permanent resident status for the
H-1B Approval Published: Jul 21, 2005 Approval of a petition filed by a U.S. university to classify its Division One level Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach in H-1B nonimmigrant status for a 3-year period, based on the demonstration that the position requires someone to possess a bachelor’s level or higher education was obtained.
Motion to Dismiss Defeated Published: Jul 12, 2005 We successfully defeated a Government motion to dismiss a petition for review filed before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit to challenge the Board of Immigration Appeals’ refusal to allow his clients a hearing on their fear of return to Iran on account of their Jewish ethnicity. The Government made a motion to dismiss instead of an