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Over 50 years experience in the immigration law field.
Born Cleveland,OH, April 15, 1938; admitted to Bar: 1964 Georgia and Federal District and Circuit Courts of Appeals; 1977 Supreme Court of the United States. Education: John Carroll University (A.B. !959), Duke University School of Law (J.D. 1963). Author: "Immigration Law: Alien Employment Certification," Immigration and Nationality Law Review, Vol. 3, 1979-1980; "Immigration Law: Alien Employment Certification," The International Lawyer, 1982; "Immigration Law: Alien Employment Certification," Personnel Administrator, 1985; "To Work or Not to Work: the Alien Employment Certification," The Practical Lawyer, 1993. Associate Editor, Manual on Labor Certification: Practice and Procedure (1990). Recipient, American Immigration Lawyers Association Award for Outstanding Article Published in the Field of Immigration and Nationality Law, 1978-1979. Member: State Bar of Georgia (Charter Member, Authors Court, 1980---; Judge, 1989); American Immigration Lawyers Association (Member, AILA Board of Governors, Chairman, Atlanta Chapter, 1980-1982; Member, U.S. Department of Labor Liaison Committee, 1983-1994; Co-Chairman, BALCA Liaison Committee, 1993-1994. Special Agencies: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. Department of State National Visa Center; Member, Lawyers Club of Atlanta (Chairman, several various committees)
You deserve my personal attention. No para-legals.
Fixed fees for specific cases.
$200 charge for intial consultation.
Gary C. Furin