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Immigration Case Successes

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H-1B Approval Published: Oct 18, 2004 Matthew L. Kolken obtained the approval of an H-1B, Petition for Nonimmigrant Worker, on behalf of a governmental agency in the State of Arizona, authorizing the employment of a citizen of Sri Lanka in the professional position of Environmental Engineer. The employee has a four year degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Peradeniya in Sri
P-1 Approval Published: Oct 18, 2004 Eric W. Schultz has successfully obtained approval of a petition to classify an equipment manager to work for a minor league professional hockey team as “P-1 outstanding athlete/support staff” temporary worker for the upcoming hockey season. The minor league team, based in Texas, is affiliated with an NHL team and will be assigned NHL players eligible to
Judge Grants Green Card Published: Oct 18, 2004 Eric W. Schultz, Esq., has successfully obtained 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 . The client was an adopted son of a lawful permanent resident father who became eligible for adjustment of status after the father successfully
H-1B Approval Published: Oct 7, 2004 Matthew L. Kolken obtained the approval of an H-1B which was filed by a nationally known sports clothing and accessory distributor, authorizing the employment of a Canadian citizen as a Sales Manager. The employee did not have a degree, which is a prerequisite for eligibility to accept employment as an H-1B. It was determined that the employee's 15 years
L-1A Approval Published: Oct 7, 2004 Robert D. Kolken, Esq. obtained the approval of an L-1A Intracompany Executive/Manager petition at the Peace Bridge, Buffalo, New York, Port of Entry on behalf of a Canadian citizen. The approval authorizes the Manager to renew his employment as Director of Operations for an international, family owned marble and tile company.
E-2 Approval Published: Oct 6, 2004 Eric W. Schultz, Esq., has successfully obtained approval of a Canadian corporate client's application for an E-2 executive/supervisory employment nonimmigrant visa on behalf of an employee of the company. The US Consulate in Toronto approved the application within less than one month of Mr. Schultz's initial filing of the application. The corporation
H-1B Cap Reached. Published: Oct 4, 2004 USCIS announced, after the close of business on Friday, October 1 (the first day of the 2005 fiscal year), that it has enough cap-subject H-1B petitions in the pipeline to meet the fiscal year 2005 cap. All cap-subject petitions received after last Friday will be returned. The next date on which cap-subject H-1B filings can be accepted by USCIS will be
Violence Against Women's Act Approval Published: Sep 30, 2004 Robert D. Kolken, Esq., received an Approval Notice from the Vermont Service Center, approving a petition filed on behalf of a self-petitioning spouse of a United States citizen under the Violence Against Women's Act. The client is a citizen of Pakistan. He is the former husband of the United States citizen. In addition, we obtained a grant of deferred