David G. Katona

David G. Katona

Immigration Attorney
New York, NY




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Spanish , Hungarian , Portuguese

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About Me

David Katona practices exclusively in the area of immigration law.  He has extensive experience with all types of immigration matters, including business, family and removal/deportation matters as well as administrative and federal appeals.  Mr. Katona is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), chairing and serving on several committees, including the District...

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Professional, Reliable and Effective. The Best Lawyer I have worked with.

Posted by: Semhar Ghebrenegus Salvati 5 months ago.

I’ve been working with David for the past year with the filing of my O1 visa. A friend who has been using Katona & Mirr LLP services has recommended...

Highly Recommend

Posted by: Orlaith 5 months ago.

David is my immigration lawyer. I cannot recommend him highly enough. He is extremely knowledgeable, efficient, reliable and a really good guy. As...
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Jules Zev Halpern
Jules Halpern

Garden City, NY

4 months ago

Relationship: Worked together on matter

I highly endorse this lawyer. We have worked together many times. David is the consummate professional -- always articulate, well prepared and...
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2001 License Status: Currently registered for the state of New York.
Last updated by Avvo: 06/16/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.


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Wake Forest University


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2014 Super Lawyer - Business Immigration

Super Lawyers Magazine


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2009- 2010 Treasurer

American Immigration Lawyers Association

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2008 Understanding Modern Immigration Policies, Laws and Attorney Practices

Inside the Minds: Working with Government Agencies in Immigration Law (Aspatore Books, Thompson Reuters)

2008 Employment-Based Green Cards in Three Steps

Applying for an Employment-Based Green Card: What You Need to Know

Speaking Engagements

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2011 Local Government Rountable

at AILA Winter Conference

2010 Bridge the Gap - Immigration Basics (May 15, 2010)

at Immigration Basics

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