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

Immigration Case Successes

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H-1B Approval Published: Jan 27, 2005 Eric W. Schultz has successfully obtained approval of H-1B status on behalf of an associate editor for a U.S.-based corporation that publishes a national magazine of general circulation. The “H-1B visa”, a popularly used status for professional level employment in the U.S., is currently unavailable for new H-1B applications, but may still be used for
H4 Approval Published: Jan 25, 2005 Robert D. Kolken, Esq., obtained admission in H-4 status for a Canadian citizen and Pakistani national who had previously been denied admission due to a California conviction for sale of a Counterfeit Trademark. The admission was accomplished at the Niagara Falls port of entry within six days of submission of a legal brief evidencing his admissibility.
FATHER A. JOSEPH BISSONETTE AWARD Published: Jan 14, 2005 Eric W. Schultz was recently named the first recipient of the FATHER A. JOSEPH BISSONETTE AWARD from the Father Joseph Bissonette Foundation, located in Snyder, New York , in recognition of his pro bono legal work in refugee and asylum law. The Foundation was established to honor the memory of Father Bissonette, who faithfully served the needs of the
L-1A Approval Published: Nov 16, 2004 On November 9, 2004, Robert D. Kolken, Esq., on behalf two Canadian citizen brothers, obtained approval of extensions of L-1A status on their behalf, both as Vice President of Operations of a U. S. company in the tile and marble business. The Canadian affiliated company is a closely held family business, requiring that both brothers be authorized as
Green Card in 41 Days Published: Nov 16, 2004 Robert D. Kolken has obtained lawful permanent resident status on behalf of a Pakistani male for whom we previously obtained approval of an Abused Spouse Petition. We utilized a previously filed application for permanent residence and he obtained his green card in 41 days.
Green Card Saved Published: Nov 16, 2004 We convinced an Immigration Judge that our client, a lawful permanent resident, did not abandon her lawful permanent residence in the U.S., despite a lengthy stay abroad of several years to continue her studies and be with her husband who did not have lawful status in the U.S. Lawful permanent residents may face loss of their “green cards” if
Professional Hockey and Immigration Published: Nov 16, 2004 We have successfully provided legal assistance to a “AA-level” minor professional hockey league, consisting of 17 teams throughout the United States , to help the League and its teams obtain H-2B status nonimmigrant for its non-US players to play in the upcoming hockey season. We processed petitions for the teams, and provided guidance and consultation
Judge Grants Green Card Published: Oct 19, 2004 On October 19, 2004, Matthew L. Kolken, Esq. obtained the approval of a client's application for adjustment of status to become a lawful permanent resident in a trial before the Immigration Court in Buffalo. His client is married to a United States citizen, and is from Laos.