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

Immigration Case Successes

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Asylum Approved for Citizen of Yemen Published: Dec 17, 2018 Another asylum application approved, this time on behalf of a citizen of Yemen, overcoming Trump's travel ban. The application was affirmatively filed in August 2018, and was approved by the Trump administration 45 days after the interview was scheduled The next step is to reunite our client with her husband.
A review from a satisfied client: Published: Dec 10, 2018 After receiving the notice for my case, I was wrought with uncertainty and worry. I did not know the next steps I should take. After hearing many accolades of his work, I went to discuss my matter with Matthew Kolken. While I did not know what to do, Kolken laid out the process for me step by step and he did not fail to deliver on any of his assurances. Not
Asylum Granted for Citizen of Pakistan Published: Dec 6, 2018 Another asylum victory before the immigration judge this time on behalf of an Ahmadi Muslim from Pakistan who fled persecution on account of his religious beliefs. The victory was in the face of the Department's strenuous opposition.
Green Card Holder from Palestine Naturalized After Suing Trump Administration Published: Nov 28, 2018 We just turned a green card holder from Palestine into a U.S. citizen after suing the Trump administration in District Court. Our client filed for naturalization through other counsel in 2015. He was previously charged with marriage fraud. After not being scheduled for examination for more than two years, he contacted us to see what could be done. After
Deportation Prevented Resulting in a Green Card Published: Nov 22, 2018 We just received the green card for a Colombian national overcoming a previously denied petition to remove conditions on lawful permanent residence. His wife is a United States citizen and sponsored him for his green card. The immigration judge granted the petition removing conditions, overcoming the previous USCIS denial, thereby stopping his deportation.
Another Cancellation of Removal Win Published: Nov 15, 2018 Another cancellation of removal grant issued by the Immigration Court in Buffalo, N.Y. on behalf of our client, a citizen of Mexico. Our client is the father of two United States citizen children, and is a valued employee of a Colorado based company that depends on his highly specialized services. The government vigorously opposed our request for
Cancellation of Removal Granted Over Government Opposition Published: Nov 8, 2018 Cancellation of removal granted for a citizen of Mexico who is the husband and father of United States citizens. The weight of deportation has been permanently lifted from his shoulders, and his Green Card should be arriving within the next few weeks.
Appeal Sustained Reversing a Denial of an Application for Permission to Reapply Published: Nov 1, 2018 Our client was expeditiously removed at Boston's Logan International Airport for lack of proper documents based on suspicion of previous unauthorized employment. An I-212 was filed in October 2015, and was denied on October 10, 2017. We were retained to appeal the decision. We argued that ARO failed to set forth any basis for the denial of the I-212.