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Edward R. White P.C.

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Immigration, Deportation, Visa

Law School: DePaul

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6 Beacon Street, Suite 900(0.6 miles)
Boston, MA 02108 (Suffolk County)
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Shaun Michael Foster Associate AttorneyRich expertise in employment-based immigration

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Shaun Michael Foster Lawyer

Immigration, Visa

Law School: Suffolk, Licensed 7 yearsVerifiedCredential and Bar Status Verified by Lawyer.com - click here to view.

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Pampanin Law Offices, 2343 Massachusetts Avenue(4.7 miles)
Cambridge, MA 02140 (Middlesex County)
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Helen Arzoumanian

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Helen  Arzoumanian Lawyer

Elder Law, Immigration, Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation

Law School: Boston College Law School

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60 Arsenal Street, (6.3 miles)
Watertown, MA 02471 (Middlesex County)
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Sarah S. Rama LL.M.Not just immigration counsel...lifetime counsel

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Sarah S. Rama Lawyer

Immigration, Visa, Foreign Investment, Corporate, Business Organization

Law School: Suffolk, Licensed 9 yearsVerifiedCredential and Bar Status Verified by Lawyer.com - click here to view.

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120 Washington Street, Suite 202B(14.6 miles)
Salem, MA 01970 (Essex County)
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Paul M. Glickman (1.2 miles)
Asylum, Banking & Finance, Corporate, Criminal, Immigration
250 Summer Street,
Boston, MA 02210, Suffolk County
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Alison G. Toomey (0.5 miles)
Family Law, Immigration
44 School Street, Suite 325
Boston, MA 02108, Suffolk County
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Michael Haven (0.5 miles)
Divorce & Family Law, Immigration, Divorce, Family Law, Child Support
101 Tremont Street, Suite 800
Boston, MA 02108   Free Consultation
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Mark M. Freeman (0.9 miles)
Criminal, Immigration, Real Estate
Four Longfellow Place, 35th Floor,
Boston, MA 02114, Suffolk County
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Francisco J. Fernandez (0.9 miles)
Criminal, Immigration, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury
Four Longfellow Place, 35th Floor,
Boston, MA 02114, Suffolk County
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Vikas S. Dhar (0.9 miles)
Corporate, Business Organization, Criminal, Immigration
Four Longfellow Place, 35th Floor,
Boston, MA 02114, Suffolk County
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Sample MA Immigration Cases

... This appeal presents a recurrent situation: the motion of an alien defendant to vacate a long past conviction because of an alleged omission of the required warning of immigration consequences by the judge receiving the defendant's plea of guilt or his admission to facts ...

... [1] He argues that he is entitled to withdraw his admission because he did not receive immigration warnings as required by GL c. 278, ยง 29D, before offering his admission, and that no record exists indicating that such warnings were given. ...

... "If you're not a United States citizen there could be immigration or deportation consequences as a result of a criminal conviction. ... The defendant was notified by the immigration authorities of pending deportation proceedings in May, 2005. ...

... This argument's premise is incorrect; the Commonwealth was not required to establish the immigration status of the victims before they could testify. ... See, eg, Figeroa v. United States Immigration & Naturalization Serv., 886 F.2d 76, 79 (4th Cir. ...

... The defendant's argument is built on what he calls the absence of proof that the victims were legal residents of the United States. This argument's premise is incorrect; the Commonwealth was not required to establish the immigration status of the victims before they could testify. ...

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