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Difficult Adjustment of Status Case Approved without a Waiver
Published: Jul 10, 2018
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Before I hired Mr. Kolken I was working with another Immigration Law Firm that claims to have been around for decades with the best Immigration attorneys in the country. It was a major disappointment at all levels from incompetence to ignorance of some Immigration Laws to messing up my application (missing and erroneous
E-Filing - File your Immigration Form Online
Published: Jul 9, 2018
Immigration Forms Currently Available for E-Filing
The forms below are currently available for e-filing, with some restrictions. For more on restrictions, see the "Instructions" links to the right.
I-90 - Application to Replace Permanent Residence Card
Customers may now use spaces in the name data fields in the Form I-90 (e.g., Mary Kate will be accepted
Immigration Processing Times
Published: Jul 6, 2018
Click here for the approximate processing dates for applications and petitions filed with the Citizenship and Immigration Services.
USDOS Online Case Status Check
Published: Jul 2, 2018
The Bureau of Consular Affairs, U.S. Department of State has put out an online U.S. visa status check tool for both nonimmigrant and immigrant visa applications.
You will need your visa case number to check the status of your case.
Click here to check it out.
Asylum Officer Removed from Interview
Published: Jun 28, 2018
Matthew Kolken had an asylum officer removed from adjudicating his client's application after she prohibited him from asking clarifying questions in violation of the regulations that specifically provide for attorney participation. A demand was made to speak to a supervisor, who corrected the asylum officer, and the officer was removed from presiding over
Many unaware that most immigrants in the U.S. are here legally
Published: Jun 28, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media contact: Olivia O'Hea, 202-419-4372, firstname.lastname@example.org Shifting Public Views on Legal Immigration into the U.S. Many unaware that most immigrants in the U.S. are here legally WASHINGTON, D.C. (June 28, 2018) – While there has been considerable attention on illegal immigration into the U.S. recently, opinions about
Supreme Court Rules 8-1 For Immigrants in Statutory Eligibility Case.
Published: Jun 21, 2018
PEREIRA v. SESSIONS, 585 U. S. ____ (2018): 8-1 Decision. Held: A putative notice to appear that fails to designate the specifictime or place of the noncitizen’s removal proceedings is not a “noticeto appear under §1229(a),” and so does not trigger the stop-time rule.Pp. 7–20. (a) The Court need not resort to Chevron