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Matthew Kolken Quoted in the San Jose Mercury News
Published: Oct 8, 2018
Matthew Kolken, a New York immigration lawyer whose firm helps clients immigrate to both Canada and the U.S., said he’s had about a dozen foreign-citizen clients decide to move to Canada even though they were already in the midst of official proceedings to come to the U.S.
“They gave up on their American dream,” Kolken said. “You
Convinced the Government to Cancel Deportation and Release Client from Detention
Published: Sep 5, 2018
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I was detained at BFDF (Batavia) for over staying after my visa extension application was denied. My employer was not aware that there was a 10 day period before which I had to leave the country. Matthew met with me at the detention facility and walked through what he intended in detail. He got me out the next day
Client Released From Custody after NTA Cancelled
Published: Aug 30, 2018
Yesterday, Matthew Kolken was able to convince the head of Enforcement and Removal Operations, after first convincing Chief Counsel, to cancel a Notice to Appear prior to it being filed with the immigration court. His client was a detained H-1B overstay whose renewal petition filed by another firm was recently denied. The client was released from custody
Asylum Granted For Citizen of Pakistan
Published: Aug 27, 2018
Asylum granted by the immigration judge on behalf of a citizen of Pakistan who was employed by an American corporation, and who was brutally attacked and hospitalized as a result of the expression of his pro-American sympathies.
Matthew Kolken Quoted in Yahoo News
Published: Aug 23, 2018
But Matthew Kolken, a Buffalo-based immigration attorney and elected member of AILA National’s board of governors, told Yahoo News that “those of us who have been in the trenches are uniform in our concern about the way he is handling cases.” Kolken said he’s spoken to about a dozen other attorneys with expertise in deportation
Asylum Granted for Citizen of India
Published: Aug 20, 2018
Asylum granted by Immigration Judge for our client, a citizen of India, who was severely beaten by the government for his lawful activities on behalf of a political party.
Matthew Kolken Quoted in Reason Magazine
Published: Aug 17, 2018
Matt Kolken, an immigration attorney and national immigration reform advocate, thinks there's a viable solution. "The law specifically provides that if you are an immediate relative of a United States citizen, eligible to apply for adjustment of status, which is to become a green-card holder from inside of the country," says Kolken.
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