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

Immigration Case Successes

Displaying 65 through 72 of 583

NONIMMIGRANT WAIVER OF INADMISSIBILITY APPROVED Published: Feb 21, 2013 Our client is a native of India and citizen of Canada. He is a well respected businessman. Unfortunately, in the 1990s, two Removal Orders were issued against him finding him to be inadmissible to the United States for fraud and willful misrepresentation of a material fact. The underlying ground is a lifetime bar preventing admission to the United States.
PORT PAROLE GRANTED Published: Jan 29, 2013 Our client is a Canadian citizen. He is a respected businessman in his community. Over 30 years ago, he was convicted of possessing one marijuana cigarette, and such conviction has rendered him inadmissible to the United States for life. Three years ago, he retained us to apply for a nonimmigrant waiver of inadmissibility so that he could legally enter the
Deportation Reopened and Remanded: Court Closes Case to permit Client to Apply for Green Card Published: Jan 10, 2013 Our client is a male 36 year old citizen and native of Peru. He was admitted to the United States at Miami, Florida in 1994, as a nonimmigrant in transit without visa (TWOV) with authorization to remain in the United States for a temporary period not to exceed eight hours or until the next available transportation. He remained in the United States beyond
IMMIGRATION COURT PROCEEDINGS CANCELLED Published: Dec 3, 2012 Our clients are natives and citizens of Pakistan. Several years ago they obtained “green cards,” but never established residence in the United States. They have come as visitors on several occasions however. On their last trip to the United States, they entered Canada for a short visit. On their way back to the United States, they were inspected
DEPORTATION PROCEEDINGS TERMINATED Published: Nov 27, 2012 Our client is a married native and citizen of India. He was lawfully admitted to the United States in L-1B specialized knowledge status, and his wife was admitted in L-2 dependent status. Before his status expired, his employer timely filed an extension petition. His status expired while the employer was awaiting an adjudication of the petition. The
CLIENTS ADMITTED IN H-1B STATUS WITHOUT DIFFICULTY Published: Oct 31, 2012 Our client and her husband are natives of India and citizens of Canada. An H-1B Petition was approved by her perspective employer. As Canadian citizens they were entitled to apply for admission at the border without obtaining H-1B visas. We were retained to prepare them for their inspection and to be present in the event any problems arose. We had a
GREEN CARD APPROVED Published: Oct 26, 2012 Our client is a citizen of Belarus. She entered the United States with an exchange visitor J-1 visa. Thereafter, she applied for change of status to a B-2 visitor for pleasure, which was granted. She then applied for an extension of her B-2 status. While the application was pending, she married a United States citizen. She was employed without
GREEN CARD APPLICATION APPROVED IN LESS THAN 2 ½ MONTHS Published: Sep 6, 2012 Our client is a Canadian citizen. She is married to a United States citizen. She was lawfully admitted to the United States prior to the marriage. Her status had expired. Our client and her husband retained our firm to obtain lawful permanent resident status for her. We advised her that because she is classified as an immediate relative as the spouse of a