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   3Terry Yale FeiertagChicago(312) 604-2724tfeiertag@hsplegal.comtfeiertag@hsplegal.comHughes Socol Piers Resnick & Dym Ltdwww.hsplegal.comwww.hsplegal.comfeiertagterry.jpgImmigration Law: EmploymentImmigration Law: IndividualImmigration and Nationality Law
Terry Yale Feiertagtfeiertag@hsplegal.com
Hughes Socol Piers Resnick & Dym Ltdhttp://www.hsplegal.com
70 W Madison St Ste 4000
Chicago IL 60602-4698
Ph.(312) 604-2724 Fx.(312) 604-2725
Recommended by peers in:    Extensive Experience in:
Immigration Law: Employment    Immigration and Nationality Law
Immigration Law: Individual
Advisory Board Member
County:  Cook
Practice Description:  
Mr. Feiertag has practiced immigration law for more than 35 years. He has vast experience in counseling and representing companies, institutions, law firms and individuals in complex cases. He concentrates his practice in business, professional, employer sanctions and investor immigration matters.

He handles all aspects of immigration and nationality law, including non-immigrant and immigrant visas, naturalization, citizenship, removal, waivers, administrative appeals, labor certification, visa processing and adjustment of status; and litigation in federal courts of immigration and citizenship cases. In addition, Mr. Feiertag has experience as an expert witness in immigration-related litigation.

Mr. Feiertag has litigated immigration cases in the United States District Courts for the Northern District of Illinois and the Eastern District of Wisconsin, the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and the Board of Immigration Appeals.


Notable Cases and Results:  
  • Served as co-lead counsel in the landmark federal class-action case in immigration law that successfully challenged the U.S. State Department's Western Hemisphere immigrant visa allocation practices between 1968 and 1976, resulting in injunctive orders preventing the deportation of hundreds of thousands of people, authorizing their lawful employment in the United States, and recapturing and re-issuing 144,000 immigrant visas for natives of Western Hemisphere Countries.

  • Represented the plaintiffs in a case that established the right of federal employees to trial de novo of Title VII claims, a ruling that was confirmed by the Supreme Court's decision in another case.


Bar Admissions:  
Illinois
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, 1971
U.S. District Court
  Northern District of Illinois, 1969; Trial Bar, 1982
  Eastern District of Wisconsin, 1987


Year of Birth:  1941

Additional languages spoken:  Spanish

Law School:  University of Chicago Law School, J.D., 1966

Undergraduate School:  Bowdoin College, B.A., 1963

Bar/Professional Association Involvement:  
Former Chairman, Greater Chicago Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association
Founding member, IMMLAW, the National Consortium of prominent immigration attorneys in the United States
Founding member, Lawyer's Advisory Board (Leadership Council), Midwest Immigrant Rights Center (now the National Immigrant Justice Center)

Awards; Honors; Distinctions:
Recipient, Midwest Light of Human Rights Award, Heartland Alliance's National Immigrant Justice Center
AV-Preeminent, Martindale-Hubbell, 1983-2013
The Best Lawyers in America, Woodward-White, Inc.
Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers, Martindale-Hubbell
Leading Illinois Attorneys, ARC
An International Who's Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers, Law Business Research
Illinois Super Lawyers, 2005-2014
Named by the National Law Journal as one of the most prominent immigration attorneys in the country

Teaching Experience: Adjunct Professor of Law, John Marshall Law School, 2003-2005


Community Involvement:  
Former Member of Board of Directors, International Theatre Festival of Chicago
Former Member and Chairman of Board of Directors, Arts and Business Council of Chicago


Published Legal Writing:  
Fundamentals of Employing Highly Skilled Foreign Nationals, in Employing Highly Skilled Foreign Nationals: Leading Lawyers on Counseling Clients, Obtaining H-1B Visas, and Developing a Successful Immigration Strategy 155-74, 2009

Former Editor, Immigration Journal

Co-Editor, Immigration and Naturalization Process, Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education


Legal Lectures:  "Oops, I Did It Again: Tips and Tricks for Avoiding Malpractice Traps," American Immigration Lawyers Association's 2012 conference, Nashville, Tenn., June 15, 2012

Firm Description:  
HSPRD was founded in 1985 with seven lawyers. Today, with 36 lawyers, we have an extremely diverse practice and occupy a rare niche, providing full-service legal representation and counseling by top-flight lawyers at competitive rates and with better service than many larger firms. We also have the resources and technology that other small firms cannot match, which is a true benefit for our clients.

We successfully represent our clients in litigation, negotiation, arbitration, mediation, transactions, commercial disputes, immigration matters, and a broad range of regulatory and administrative proceedings. Our talented attorneys possess the skill, experience, and tenacity necessary to maintain a winning record. For plaintiffs, our lawyers have obtained record judgments and settlements. For defendants, we have successfully defeated multi-million dollar claims.

With our commitment to the practice of law, several of our attorneys are regularly called upon to teach trial practice courses, both by area law schools and by the National Institute of Trial Advocacy. We are problem-solvers. We vindicate rights and have been achieving superior results for clients for more than twenty-five years.


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