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Published Works

Published Works

New York City, New Jersey and Long Island Immigration and Green Card Attorneys

We pride ourselves on our contributions to U.S. immigration law thought leadership. Our partners and associates speak at lectures and panels and publish work relevant to the progress in our field.

Please contact our offices if you want to schedule one of our attorneys to speak on any of the points addressed in our published work.

Bretz, Kerry. Basics on Habea Corpus, AILA’s Handbook on Waivers and Relief from Removal (American Immigration Lawyers Association 1999)

Bretz, Kerry. Motion for Feed Under the Equal Access to Justice Act & Suporting Memorandum of Law, AILA’s Litigation Toolbox (American Immigration Lawyers Association 1999)

Bretz, Kerry, Contributing Editor.  AILA’s Litigation Toolbox (American Immigration Lawyers Association 1999)

Guadagno, Matthew. Nuts & Bolts in Presenting A Petition for Review to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, Immigration Practice in Federal Courts: How to Get in Under the New Rule, City Bar Center for CLE (2006)

Guadagno, Matthew. When All Else Fails: Mandamus, Passing Go: Working Under New Agencies, Regulations and Policies, Sixth Annual AILA New York Chapter Immigration Law Symposium Handbook (2003 and Updated 2005)

Guadagno, Matthew. Five Years after the Implementation of the Convention against Torture, Immigration’s New Age: Discovery Adaption and Survival, Seventh Annual AILA New York Chapter Immigration Law Symposium Handbook (2004)

Kim, David K.S., Co-Author. Avoidance of Manifest Injustice in the Second Court: When Will the Court Exercise Jurisdiction of the Heart? 10th Annual AILA New York Chapter Immigration Law Symposium Handbook (AILA 2007)

Call 1 (212) 267-2555 or for U.S. immigration law help in New York.

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