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Deportation Terminated Published: Feb 15, 2018 Deportation terminated on behalf of a citizen of Canada. Green Card application to be filed in the coming days.
I-601 Waiver Approved For Citizen of Canada Published: Feb 14, 2018 We just received another I-601 Waiver approval, this time for a citizen of Canada.
Matthew Kolken on MSNBC's The Rundown Published: Mar 3, 2015 From Matthew L. Kolken's appearance on MSNBC's The Rundown with José Díaz-Balart: "José Díaz-Balart talks with immigration attorney Matthew Kolken about the fallout from the continuing legal limbo surrounding the president’s immigration actions."
Lawsuit Alleges Obama Admin Unlawfully Coercing Mexican Nationals into Self-Deportation Published: Mar 1, 2015 The Obama administration is being sued again, this time for allegedly engaging in "abusive and illegal practices" that coerce citizens of Mexico into abandoning defenses that could prevent their deportation. The complaint speaks for itself: The immigration enforcement agencies operating in Southern California regularly pressure, deceive, and threaten
ICE No Longer Honoring New Prosecutorial Discretion Memo Published: Feb 28, 2015 Immigration lawyer Bryan Johnson has shared that a Deportation Officer at the Varick Street Detention Center in New York advised that Immigration and Customs Enforcement is no longer honoring the November 20, 2014 prosecutorial discretion memorandum due to Judge Hanen's injunction. The officer went so far to say that, and I quote, the memo has been "ripped
ACLU Sues Obama Admin for Records Describing Abuse of Children Published: Feb 11, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Feb. 11, 2015 CONTACT: Steve Kilar, ACLU of Arizona, 602-773-6007, skilar@acluaz.org Anna Castro, ACLU of San Diego, 619-206-6940, acastro@aclusandiego.org Taylor Massa, Cooley LLP, 212-479-6546, tmassa@cooley.com PHOENIX—American Civil Liberties Union affiliates in Arizona and San Diego, along with the law firm Cooley LLP,
IMMIGRATION COURT PROCEEDINGS PREVENTED Published: Feb 1, 2015 Our client is a citizen of India and his Indian wife. 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
Statistics Show Obama Administration is Arresting Immigrants at Unprecedented Levels Published: Jan 26, 2015 The U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics recently released a report confirming what I have long been saying: the Obama administration is targeting immigrants for prosecution at unprecedented levels in order to bolster criminal deportation statistics to the benefit of serious criminals. From the report: The number of federal arrests