Connecticut, US

Tina joined Fragomen in 2000, and she currently manages a team that services a leading multinational technology consulting corporation. Her experience includes all aspects of immigrant and nonimmigrant strategy and preparation, with a focus on corporate compliance. 

Prior to joining Fragomen, Tina worked for a law firm in Washington DC that represented international organizations focused on global finance. She also has experience representing a variety of industries including financial institutions, health care and athletic teams.


George Washington University School of Law | J.D., 1998
Lehigh University | B.A., 1995, cum laude


Phi Beta Kappa

Honorable Mention, The George Washington University Law School’s International Law Writing Competition

Professional Accomplishments / Memberships

Bar Admissions: New York, New Jersey

Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association

Member, American Bar Association

Member, New York Democratic Lawyers Council

Publications and Lectures

Tina Niedzwiecki & Shane Dizon, Child Status Protection Act Flowchart and Letter to Client Regarding CSPA Options, AILA’s Immigration Practice Toolbox, Second Edition, 2006.

Howard Gordon & Tina Niedzwiecki, The Child Status Protection Act: Is the Problem of “Aging Out” Solved?, Immigration Law Today, Vol 22 No. 3 (May/June 2003).

Tina Niedzwiecki, The Reconciliation in Argentina: Is It Complete?, Perspectives on Business and Economics 13 Persp. or: Bus. & Econ. 65 (1995).

Speaker for American Council on International Personnel.