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Padilla v. Kentucky after Chaidez v. U.S.: Questions Left Unanswered

By Mikhail Izrailev Electronically In Touch, The Official E-Newsletter And Blog Of The Young Lawyers Section Of The New York State Bar Association,
April 2, 2013

AILA Practice Advisory: Checking Every Closet for Skeletons

by Stacey Simon Prepared in connection with AILA Audio Seminar: Fraud Updates – What You Need to Know,
April 16, 2013

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and the Responsibility of Criminal Laws

by Mikhail Izrailev Electronically in Touch, The official e-newsletter and blog of the Young Lawyers Section of the New York State Bar Association,
September 26, 2012

E-Verify: Presenting a Hobson’s Choice to Employers

by Michael Wildes New Jersey Law Journal,
December 5, 2011

Taking our Medicine: America’s Pressing and Unanswered Need for Immigration Reform

by Leon and Michael Wildes Posting on Immigration Daily (ILW.COM)

A New Normative Approach for the Grant of Asylum in Cases of Non-State Actor Persecution

by Mikhail Izrailev Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law,
December 2010

Keep DREAMing: The November Election and What It Means for Comprehensive Immigration Reform

by Michael Wildes and Leon Wildes Posting on Immigration Daily (ILW.COM)

Taking Our Medicine: Pressing Need for Immigration Reform

by Michael Wildes New Jersey Law Journal,
December 6, 2010

A New Remedy in ICE’s Arsenal: Debarment

by Michael Wildes The Immigration Compliance Book,
2009-2010 Edition

Providing Immigration Advice to Criminal Defendants after “Padillla”

by Michael Wildes New York Law Journal,
July 2, 2010

Bringing Immigration Into the 21st Century

by Michael Wildes New Jersey Law Journal,
February 15, 2010

“Padilla” Highlights Immigration Consequences of Criminal Proceedings

by Michael Wildes New York Law Journal,
January 26, 2010

Local Law Enforcement and Immigration: Community Conflict in the Making

by Michael Wildes Immigration Law Today,
September/October 2008 (Vol. 27 No. 5)

Morristown’s Misguided Bid to Enforce Immigration Law

by Michael Wildes This article was first published in the October 27, 2008 issue of the New Jersey Law Journal and is republished here with permission. c 2008 ALM Properties, Inc. All rights reserved.

The PERM Book: Regarding Recruitment Reports

by Leon Wildes and David Lazaar The Perm Book, 2008-2009 Edition, Published by ILW.COM’s Law Library

A Troublesome Fence

by Leon Wildes Published by Immigration Daily,
June 2008

The Rationale Behind Sanctuary Cities

by Michael Wildes Published by New Jersey Municipalities Magazine,
October 2007

Nuts & Bolts of Filing Mandamus Actions Before the U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York

co-authored by Thomas Vanasse. Published by the American Immigration Lawyers Associattion, NY AILA April 2008, Federal Courts Committee CLE Training

Expatriation: Overview and Special Renunciation Problems

© 1999 Laurie Grossman and Leon Wildes Published by the American Immigration Lawyers Association, AILA 1999-2000 Immigration & Nationality Handbook, Vol. II

Mergers & Acquisitions Update

by Karin Wolman Published by PLI Course Handbook, 35th Annual Immigration & Naturalization Institute,
October 2002

The Nonimmigrant Admission of Attendants, Domestics, and Personal Servants

© Laurie Grossman Published by the American Immigration Lawyers Association, AILA 2000 -2001 Immigration & Nationality Handbook, Vol. II

Crime & Immigration Consequences – A Snapshot

by Karin Wolman Published by Immigration’s New Age: Discovery, Adaptation, and Survival 7th Annual New York Chapter Immigration Law Symposium Handbook,
December 2004

Employment Changes and H-1Bs: Guiding Principles and Recent Developments

© Laurie Grossman Published by the American Immigration Lawyers Association, AILA 1999-2000 Immigration & Nationality Handbook, Vol. II

Invalidating Labor Certifications — By Whom, For What, and When

by Leon Wildes Immigration Journal,
Autumn 1982

Leon Wildes’ Free Legal Services Help Save Pakistani Child’s Life

Appearing in the Association of Immigration and Nationality Lawyers newsletter, August/September 1979

Wildes Addresses D.C. Chapter on Legal Ethics

Appearing in the Association of Immigration and Nationality Lawyers newsletter,
February/March 1979

Deferred Departure for Deportable Aliens

by Leon Wildes Appearing in the Association of Immigration and Nationality Lawyers newsletter,
September/October 1980

For Further Information On How We Can Help Your Firm Meet Its Employment Eligibility Verification Obligations, Please Contact Amy Wildes At amy@wildeslaw.com

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