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

Immigration Case Successes

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Humanitarian Parole Granted Published: Apr 29, 2005 On April 27, 2005, Robert D. Kolken, Esq obtained humanitarian parole on behalf of a Canadian citizen who is inadmissible to the United States due to his criminal conviction, while awaiting the adjudication of his nonimmigrant waiver of inadmissibility. Our office submitted a legal brief in support of the approval of the waiver package.
Deportation Avoided Published: Apr 29, 2005 Matthew L. Kolken, Esq. has obtained a grant of Voluntary Departure on behalf of his client, a citizen of Jamaica. Mr. Kolken's client has been living in the United States unlawfully for over a decade, and as a result of such order may re-apply for admission to the United States without first obtaining advance permission from the Department of Homeland
Waiver Granted Published: Apr 25, 2005 On April 20, 2005, Robert D. Kolken, Esq. received notification of an approval of a nonimmigrant waiver application filed on behalf of a Canadian citizen who was inadmissible to the United States as the result of a conviction for a drug trafficking crime. The appoval of the waiver will enable the client to come to the United States as a nonimmigrant for
L-1A Approval Published: Apr 25, 2005 Matthew L. Kolken, Esq. obtained the approval of an L-1A Intra-Company Transferee Petition that was filed on behalf of the the President of a Non-Vessel Operating Common Carrier logistics and freight forwarding corporation, which arranges for the shipment of international cargo between the United States, its territories, and foreign countries. The
Abused Spouse Petition Approved Published: Apr 25, 2005 Matthew L. Kolken, Esq. received the approval of a Form I-360, Petition for Special Immigrant (Abused Spouse), filed on behalf of a citizen of Jamaica. Mr. Kolken's client was married to a United States citizen who had abused her, and who had locked her out of the marital residence. Immigration Court proceedings were instituted against her after
NAFTA APPROVAL Published: Mar 10, 2005 On March 7, 2005, Robert D. Kolken, Esq. had a Canadian citizen born in India admitted to the United States under the North American Free Trade Agreement. The client previously had been refused admission because an Indian company had submitted a fraudulent petition in which he was named.
Waiver Granted Published: Mar 10, 2005 On March 10, 2005, Robert D. Kolken, obtained approval of an immigrant waiver of inadmissibility and adjustment of status to lawful permanent residence on behalf of a Canadian citizen who had been convicted of three crimes in Canada which rendered him permanently inadmissible to the United States. The applications had been denied by the Department of
Trade NAFTA Approval Published: Mar 1, 2005 On February 23, 2005, just 2 1/2 weeks after his green card was taken away for failure to reside in the United States, Robert D. Kolken, Esq. obtained Trade NAFTA status as an Engineering Technician for a Canadian citizen, authorizing his employment for a national real estate business developing multi-family housing.