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|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Bar Association of Erie County||Member||N/A|
|New York State Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|American Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||N/A||N/A|
|ABIL Global Handbook||TN Visas||2012|
|The AILA Immigration Practice Toolbox||Trade NAFTA TN Visa - Sample Support Letters||2009|
|Sixth Annual AILA New England Immigration Law Symposium||Processing of Canadian NAFTA TN Applications at the Port of Entry, Advanced Immigration Strategies||2009|
|Immigration & Nationality Law Handbook||Hot Issues in the Wild West of TN Border Applications||2009|
|State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2003|
|Canisius College||English||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1998|
Posted by Kohinoor
Brian Zuccaro is really commendable for his excellent knowledge on TN Status. My case was really tough after two consecutive denials. The way he prepared his case for me, the way he prepared me to face the Immigration Official at the border, the way his senior partner presented my case physically at the border, was really professionally top grade. It made the case easier for the Immigration Officer to understand my case and then judge my case. All the three immigration officers whom I faced - two for the two denials and the one who made the final decision, were very well mannered and behaved really well with me, in spite of what all is written generally about them, I found them to be professionals doing their work as per guidelines laid down for them. But had Brian not presented my case in such a lucid and perfect way, I would not have been working in USA like I am today.