Immigration Case Successes
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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.
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
Published: Sep 28, 2004
successfully obtained approval of H-2B seasonal nonimmigration status from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services on behalf of two U.S.-based minor professional hockey franchises to allow them to lawfully employ their non-U.S. citizen head coaches in their upcoming 2004-2005 hockey season schedule.
Green Card Holder Released from Custody
Published: Sep 28, 2004
Eric W. Schultz, Esq
., has successfully obtained the release of a longtime lawful permanent resident from detention by the Department of Homeland Security, so that the client may reside with his U.S. citizen wife and children while a U.S. district court challenge to the Immigration Courts' denial of his application for a waiver of deportability is
Published: Sep 14, 2004
Matthew L. Kolken, Esq. has obtained the approval of an H-1B application filed by a United States based steel corporation, which authorizes the employment of a Canadian citizen as a Construction Manager. The employee did not have a degree, which is typically a prerequisite for eligibility to accept employment as an H-1B. It was determined that the
Immigration Court Proceedings Terminated
Published: Sep 13, 2004
On September 10, 2004, Robert D. Kolken, had Immigration Court proceedings terminated in favor of a Canadian client who had rafted across the lower Niagara River, because he was inadmissible to the United States as a result of a controlled substance conviction. The client conceded his inadmissibility and was allowed to withdraw his application for admission