Publications

Publications by Owen E. Kahn:

“The Constitutional Foundations of Immigration Law,” Volume I, Chapter 9 of Gordon, Mailman and Yale-Loehr (editors-in-chief and authors), Immigration Law and Procedure (New York: Matthew Bender, 2009): 20 volumes, and also on LexisNexis and LexisNexis CD – Immigration Law Library.

“Documenting the Employment-Based Case – First and Second Preferences (EB-1 and EB-2),” by Owen Kahn and Susan Hahn, in The 26th Annual Immigration Law Update (Tallahassee: The Florida Bar, 2005).

“Avoiding the Labor Certification: Extraordinary Ability Workers and the National Interest Waiver,” by Owen Kahn and Michael Bander, in The 24th Annual Immigration Law Update (Tallahassee: The Florida Bar, 2003).

“The National Interest Waiver in Light of New York State Department of Transportation,” by Owen E. Kahn and Elaine F. Weiss, in The 20th Annual Immigration Law Update (Tallahassee: The Florida Bar, 1999).

“Employment Based Immigration: The First and Second Preferences (EB-1 and EB-2),” by Owen E. Kahn and Michael A. Bander, in The 19th Annual Immigration Law Update (Tallahassee: The Florida Bar, 1998).

“Employment Based Immigration: The First and Second Preferences,” by Owen Kahn and Michael Bander, in The 18th Annual Immigration Law Update (Tallahassee: The Florida Bar, 1997).

“Employment Based Immigration: The First and Second Preferences,” by Owen Kahn and Michael Bander, in The 17th Annual Immigration Law Update (Tallahassee: The Florida Bar, 1996).

“Adjustment of Status to Permanent Residence,” by Owen E. Kahn and Elaine F. Weiss, in The 16th Annual Immigration Law Update (Tallahassee: The Florida Bar, 1995).

“Essay Writing and Research,” in How to Write and Speak Better.  (London: The Reader’s Digest Association Limited, 1991).

“Coping with Exams,” in How to Write and Speak Better.

“Studying Techniques,” in How to Write and Speak Better.

Disengagement from Southwest Africa:  Prospects for Peace in Angola and Namibia – edited by Owen E. Kahn (New Brunswick:  Rutgers University, Transaction Publishers, 1990).

“Angola  A Brief Profile,” in Disengagement from Southwest Africa.

“Perceptions and Peace,” in Disengagement from Southwest Africa.

“Business Opportunities in the Caribbean Tourism Industry,” World Trade Center Miami’s International Commercial Digest Volume 2, No. 7, January 1988.

“Cuba’s Impact on Southern Africa,” Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, Volume 29, No. 3, Fall 1987.

“Raw Materials and Caribbean Economic Development:  Resource Nationalism and Bauxite/Alumina/ Aluminum,” International Business and Banking Discussion Paper Series, 873, (University of Miami, 1987).

Resource Power and Economic Security: the Politics of Trade in Nonfuel Minerals, Doctoral Dissertation (University of California at Berkeley: May 1985, 609 pages).

“South Africa’s Impact on Zimbabwe as a Strategic Mineral Exporter:  the Case of Chromium,” in Thomas Callaghy (ed.), South Africa in Southern Africa: the Intensifying Vortex of Violence (New York:  Praeger, 1983; pp. 69106).

Budgetary, Administrative and Financial Matters: Recruitment, Use and Prospects of Reducing Costs of UNDPfinanced Experts, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Report of the Administrator of UNDP (New York, 1979).

Supplementary Criteria for the Allocation of UNDP Finances, United Nations Development Programme (New York, 1978).

Thomas Hobbes’ Philosophy of Science, Master’s Thesis (University of California at Berkeley, 1974).

OpEd pieces on South Africa, e.g. The Miami Herald; The Orlando Sentinel.


Publications by Elaine F. Weiss:

“Some Thoughts on Labor Certifications,” by Elaine F. Weiss, in The 24th Annual Immigration Law Update (Tallahassee: The Florida Bar, 2003).

“The National Interest Waiver in Light of New York State Department of Transportation,” by Owen E. Kahn and Elaine F. Weiss, in The 20th Annual Immigration Law Update (Tallahassee: The Florida Bar, 1999).

“Adjustment of Status to Permanent Residence,” by Owen E. Kahn and Elaine F. Weiss, in The 16th Annual Immigration Law Update (Tallahassee: The Florida Bar, 1995).

“A Day in the Life of an Immigration Practitioner,” by Elaine F. Weiss, in The Florida Bar Journal, May 1992 (special edition on immigration law); reprinted starting in the 1995 edition of West Publishing’s law text, Immigration: Process and Policy, by former INS General Counsels Alex Aleinikoff and David Martin, and Prof. Hiroshi Motomura.

“Labor Certifications,” by Elaine F. Weiss, in The 11th Annual Immigration Law Update (Tallahassee: The Florida Bar, 1990).