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

Immigration Case Successes

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3 Year Bar Avoided Published: May 31, 2005 On May 31, 2005, Robert D. Kolken, Esq., obtained admittance to the United States in L-2 status, for a Canadian citizen wife and child of an Intracompany Transferee, whose L-1A status had been extended, but who had failed and neglected to extend the status of his dependents. As a result, the wife and child were in overstay status. We had them depart the
Parole Approved Published: May 31, 2005 Matthew L. Kolken, Esq. has obtained parole of a Canadian citizen into the United States on a temporary basis. The citizen of Canada requires an approved nonimmigrant waiver to enter the U.S. due to past criminal convictions that occurred over 15 years ago. Mr. Kolken's client is the CIO of a multi-national information-technology
Deportation Order Reversed Published: May 18, 2005 Matthew L. Kolken has successfully appealed an Immigration Judge's denial of an application for adjustment of status, which if approved would have granted his client lawful permanent resident status ("Green Card"). The Immigration Judge's October 21, 2003 order of removal was appealed by Mr. Kolken to the Board of Immigration Appeals in
Waiver of Deportability Granted Published: May 18, 2005 We successfully convinced a U.S. Immigration Judge that our client deserved a waiver of deportability which enabled him to remain in the U.S. as a lawful permanent resident despite seven DWI convictions in the client’s record.
Green Card Approval Published: May 10, 2005 We successfully obtained lawful permanent resident status for an Eastern European client who first entered the US as a visitor in 1990 and applied for asylum at that time. The client had married a woman before the approval of her application for permanent resident status based on her employment, and as a result the client was eligible derivatively
L-1A Approval Published: May 9, 2005 Matthew L. Kolken, Esq. has obtained the approval of an L-1A Intra-company Transferee Petition on behalf of a citizen of Canada. The approval will allow Mr. Kolken's client to manage and direct his United States corporation, which is a full service wire device distributor and consultant with business activities throughout North America and the United
Deportation Thwarted Published: May 6, 2005 We has successfully prevented the Government’s effort to deport and remove a Mexican client in a habeas corpus proceeding before the U.S. District Court.  Mr. Schultz’s client had been granted voluntary departure by an Immigration Court and complied with the order by leaving the U.S..  Later, when again found in the U.S., the Government asserted first
Employment and Travel Authorized Published: May 6, 2005 Eric W. Schultz has successfully obtained employment authorization and travel authorization for a major league professional lacrosse player who is applying for lawful permanent resident status based on his extraordinary athletic ability. The approvals indicate that a prima facie approvable case has been made on behalf of the client. The client now has