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Missing Soldier's Wife Gets Green Card

"She was moved to tears," her lawyer Matthew Kolken, who went with her to the immigration office, told the Boston Sunday Globe.

The Untenable Cost Of Doing Nothing On Immigration Reform

Kolken Featured in Fox News Latino Opinion

The Legacy of DREAM 9

A Special Path To Citizenship Is Not Necessary

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"I recommend anyone who has an immigration matter in the United States to call Matthew L. Kolken."

"Today I am a proud permanent resident, legally admitted into this wonderful country thanks to this humble yet professional human being who happen to be an amazing lawyer."

Immigration Blog

  • Dec 17, 2018
    Asylum Approved for Citizen of Yemen 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. Continue reading >>
  • Dec 10, 2018
    A review from a satisfied client: 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 only did he keep me informed throughout the entire process, he also fielded my many Continue reading >>
  • Dec 6, 2018
    Asylum Granted for Citizen of Pakistan 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. Continue reading >>
  • Nov 28, 2018
    Green Card Holder from Palestine Naturalized After Suing Trump Administration 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 several inquiries to USCIS were ignored, we filed a Petition for Writ of Mandamus and Continue reading >>
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