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

Immigration Case Successes

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Deportation Avoided Published: Jul 12, 2005 Robert D. Kolken, Esq. obtained Cancellation of Removal on behalf of a 39-year-old citizen of Barbados and lawful permanent resident of the United States in a contested Immigration Court proceeding held at Batavia, New York. The Department of Homeland Security was attempting to deport our client on the basis of his 23 year criminal history involving
L-1A Approval Published: Jul 8, 2005 We successfully obtained “L-1A” nonimmigrant status on behalf of a Canadian client whose family-owned commercial real estate development business has recently acquired a controlling interest in a Florida-based construction and contracting company.  By demonstrating that the two small companies have the needed affiliate relationship and that the client
Trade NAFTA Approval Published: Jul 6, 2005 Robert D. Kolken, Esq. has obtained Trade NAFTA Professional status for a Canadian mechanical engineer who has a job offer to assist in a prototype project which will convert biomass material into Ethanol. A plant is being constructed in Mississippi for such purposes. The status is good for one year and can be indefinitely extended or renewed in one-year
Fiancé Petition Approved Published: Jul 6, 2005 Matthew L. Kolken, Esq., after 24 days pendency, obtained approval of a fiancé petition for a U.S. citizen engaged to a Canadian citizen residing in Canada. As a result, the client will be able to enter the United States to get married and then apply for lawful permanent resident ("Green Card") status.
Deportation Prevented Published: Jul 6, 2005 Robert D. Kolken, Esq. has obtained administrative closure of an Immigration Court proceeding on behalf of an Indian citizen. The DHS was attempting to deport our client as an overstay. Her husband has applied for a green card on the basis of a job offer and our client is derivative to that application. Removal proceedings will not go forward until DHS
Work Authorization for Pro Lax Player Published: Jun 30, 2005 Eric W. Schultz has successfully obtained employment authorization for a major league professional lacrosse player who is applying for lawful permanent resident status based on his extraordinary athletic ability. The approval indicates that a prima facie approvable case has been made on behalf of the client. The client now has the ability to work in the
P-1 Approval Published: Jun 28, 2005 We successfully obtained “P-1” nonimmigrant status on behalf of a Canadian former major professional hockey player to secure the employment authorization the client needs to be a Head Coach for a minor league profesional hockey team.  His team’s season starts in October, and he has immediate employment authorization to prepare for the upcoming 2005-06
Citizenship Granted Published: Jun 27, 2005 Two years ago, we won a highly contested trial before an Immigration Judge on whether the client, a lawful permanent resident from Yemen, should face deportation and removal from the United States based on his misdemeanor convictions for possession of controlled substances in the past, as the Immigration Judge agreed that despite those negatives his