is the managing attorney and co-founder. He has been practicing immigration law since 2000. He handles all aspects of immigration law with an emphasis on removal and family-based cases.
Currently, he is a member American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). He has also been a member of the District Director Liaison Committee of USCIS and the NY AILA Chapter of the Juvenile Committee representing unrepresented minors in deportation proceedings.
Michael has worked tirelessly to lobby Congress for immigration reform. He has also served as an AILA “Ask the Expert” panelist. Mayor Bloomberg honored Mick for his pro bono work representing victims of persecution seeking asylum in the United States.
Michael is also a frequent lecturer on removal and family-based immigration issues. He is a graduate of Harvard School of Law and admitted to the bar in New York.
- Harvard School of Law, graduated 1992
- American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
- NY AILA Chapter of the Juvenile Committee
- District Director Liaison Committee of USCIS