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Matthew Dunn is recognized as one of the country’s leading immigration lawyers. He represents a diverse group of Fortune 500 companies, especially in the areas of banking, healthcare, hospitality and advertising. Mr. Dunn also represents companies of all sizes facing an I-9 audit by Immigration & Customs Enforcement. Additionally, he regularly consults on the EB-5 investor program.
Mr. Dunn is Co-Chair of the New York State Bar Association’s Immigration and Nationality Law Committee. He is a past chair of the 1,000-member American Immigration Lawyers Association’s New York Chapter and was also a member of AILA’s governing board of directors. Mr. Dunn is also a member of the New York City Bar Association’s Immigration and Nationality Law Committee.
Mr. Dunn is listed in Human Resource Executive magazine’s 2011‑2013 list of the Most Powerful Employment Attorneys. He is listed in The International Who’s Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers for 2010-2013, Chambers Global — The World’s Leading Lawyers for Business for 2010-2013, The Best Lawyers in America for 2007‑2014, Chambers USA — America’s Leading Lawyers for Business for 2007‑2013, Legal 500 US 2011 and 2013 and New York Super Lawyers 2007‑2013. Additionally, Mr. Dunn was recognized by Intercontinental Finance Magazine in 2013 as one of 500 leading international lawyers.
Mr. Dunn’s well-known reputation in immigration law has led to appearances on CNN, NBC, FOX and Channel 9 UPN, and he is quoted regularly in The New York Times, Daily News and Newsday. He has been a lecturer on immigration issues for the Practicing Law Institute, ILW.com, AILA’s national conference, the Center for Migration Studies and for numerous internationally prominent businesses, universities and institutions. He is also the Associate Editor of the Occupation Guide Book Series, which is focused on immigration issues for nurses and allied health care professionals, and has authored many publications in the field.
Mr. Dunn served as an Assistant District Counsel for the Immigration and Naturalization Service and as an Assistant District Attorney in Suffolk County, New York.