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Michael Maggio
Eleven Dupont Circle, N.W., Suite 775
Washington, District of Columbia 20036
Phone: 202-483-0053
Fax: 202-483-6801
Web Site: http://www.maggio-kattar.com
Practicing since: 1978

Firm:
Education:
Antioch School of Law
J.D. 1978

Georgetown University


Temple University
B.A. 1971


Specialties:
Mass Toxic Torts

Fees:
Fixed fees: Available
Contingency fees: Not available


Bar & Court Admissions
District of Columbia, Third, Fourth, Sixth and Ninth Circuits, U.S. Supreme Court

Affiliation
District of Columbia Bar; American Immigration Lawyers Association.

Practice Description
Author: "Visa Arts for Visual Artists" (with J. Chehrazi) (Florida Bar Association, 2006); "A Practical Approach to Dual Representation", 26th Annual Immigration Law Update (Florida Bar Association 2005); "Practicing Immigration law Post September 11", Legal Times (2002); "Waivers for Foreign Medical Graduates in a Nutshell" (with J. Chehrazi), Immigration Options for Physicians (AILA 2004); "Matter of Ethics", Ethics in a Brave New World (AILA 2004); "Extreme Hardship For Waivers of Inadmissibility" (with S. Sivaprasad) 21st Annual Immigration Law Update (Florida Bar Association, 2000); "J-1 Waivers for Physicians -The Current State of the Art?" Immigration and Nationality Law, Advanced Practice (AILA, 1999). Co-Author: "The Truth About Immigration Lies," 20th Annual Immigration Law Update (Florida Bar Association, 1999); "Basic Ethical Issues in Labor Certification Cases", Strategic Lawyering: Guiding Business Personnel Through the Minefields Toward Permanent Residency (AILA, 1998): "Qualifying Occupations for H-1B Status," 18th Annual Immigration Law Update (Florida Bar Association, 1997); "International Medical Graduates," (with E. Quinn), Immigration Law and Procedure (Matthew Bender, 1997); "Interested Government Agency Waivers For Physicians," (with E. Quinn), Immigration Options for Doctors, Robert Aronson and George S. Newman, eds. (AILA, April 1995); "Understanding J-1 Visas: When And Why Employers Should Avoid Them," Immigration Law Reports, June, 1994; "When An Immigrant Does Not Assume the Certified Job, the 'Materiality' of Good Intentions," 1994 Immigration Law Update (New York State Bar Association, 1994); "Ethics and Grounds of Excludability - How to Resolve Common Complexities in Preparing Immigration Documents," (with E. Lichtman), Immigration and Nationality Law Handbook Vol. II Advanced Practice (AILA, 1994); "Current Options and Strategies for Obtaining J-1 Waivers," (with A. Brown), Exceptions To The Rule: Winning INA Waivers, Ellen Ma Lee, ed. (AILA 1994); "Changes in Deportation Process: Limits on Discretion," Handbook On The Immigration Act Of 1990, P. Schmidt, ed. (AILA, 1991); "Some Significant Problems in Sanctions Cases," Hiring Foreign Personnel; Immigration Problems And Solutions, D. Sabagh & A. Novick, eds., (AILA, 1988); "Trial Strategies in Immigration Judge Proceedings," Immigration & Nationality Law, Vol. II, R. Juceam & E. Rubin, eds., (AILA, 1987); Adjunct Professor, Immigration Law, American University's Washington College of Law, 1994-2003. Trustee, NLG Immigration Project.


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