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

Immigration Case Successes

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Deportation Order Reversed after Appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals Published: Jun 29, 2010 Our client is a citizen of Jamaica. He is married to a United States citizen and he and his wife have one child who was born in the United States. He and his wife own and operate a small business. He entered the United States in 2002 at the Virgin Islands as a visitor with a valid visa. Unfortunately, he overstayed and attempted to enter the United
Second Treaty Investor Visa with Waiver of Inadmissibility Granted Published: Jun 11, 2010 Our client is a Canadian citizen. He is a 50% owner of a small business in the United States. Unfortunately, he is inadmissible to the United States for life as a result of an entry fraud in 1989. He is also inadmissible for a period of 10 years as a result of his unlawful presence. In order to be admitted to the United States to manage and direct his
Immigration Court Proceeding Terminated Published: Jun 7, 2010 Our client is a citizen of India. She was admitted to the United States in the mid 1990s as a visitor using someone else’s passport. She has remained in the United States ever since. Her husband has a pending application for lawful permanent resident status as a result of an approved petition filed on his behalf by an employer. Five years ago our
Green Card Approved in Only Four Months Published: Jun 2, 2010 We just obtained the approval of a Green Card on behalf of our client, a citizen of Canada. We had previously assisted our client in October 2008 by helping him obtain L-1 status, which authorized him to remain in the United States until October 2011. Once admitted to the United States our client met and fell in love with a United States citizen. The
Previous Deportation Order Overcome, Client Issued New Visa Published: May 24, 2010 We were just able to obtain the approval of an application for consent to reapply for admission after deportation (Form I-212) on behalf of our client, a Citizen of Austria. Our client required the application because she was inadmissible to the United States as a result of the entry of an expedited removal order under INA §235(b)(1)(A)(i). The expedited
Inadmissibility Overcome at Border Published: May 20, 2010 Our client is a Canadian citizen. Unfortunately, 13 years ago he was convicted in New York State of violating a section of the General Business Law which could have resulted in a conviction for either a felony or a misdemeanor. He was sentenced to a one year conditional discharge at the time without any imprisonment being imposed. This conviction worked
Deportation Proceedings Terminated Despite Criminal Conviction Published: Apr 20, 2010 We were able to obtain the termination of deportation proceedings that were instituted against our client, a citizen of Nigeria. Our client was first admitted to the United States in 1995. Subsequent to his admission his was convicted for an offense that subjected him to deportation, and In March 2008, deportation proceedings were ultimately instituted
Inadmissibility Problem Resolved in Less Than Six Hours. Published: Apr 16, 2010 Our client is a prosperous Canadian professional. Four years ago we had Immigration Court proceedings instituted against our own client because the Department of Homeland Security claimed that he was inadmissible for life allegedly for lying on a Trade NAFTA application. Our position was that the application lacked but one document which did not amount