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Maiona Ward Immigration Law

Immigration, Deportation, Visa,

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  • Firm Year: 1996
  • Language: English, Spanish, Portuguese

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Visa, Deportation, Immigration

Based in Boston, Massachusetts, Maiona Ward Immigration Law is a comprehensive immigration firm that provides a broad spectrum of immigration services... (more)

Based in Boston, Massachusetts, Maiona Ward Immigration Law is a comprehensive immigration firm that provides a broad spectrum of immigration services to clients worldwide. Our immigration practice spans the diverse needs of our clients, from business immigration matters to family-based immigration, U.S. citizenship and naturalization, consular processing and deportation defense.
 
While our lawyers are well-prepared to meet our clients' diverse needs, we do so with a highly defined focus. Our practice is dedicated to one thing: successful outcomes in immigration matters. Immigration is all we do, and it is the foundation on which we have built our reputation for success.
 
Our legal team focuses on providing practical and realistic immigration advice and offers comprehensive immigration services. As our client, you will benefit from our years of experience as well as our broad spectrum of resources, which includes our global partners in major cities around the world, including London, Paris, Sydney, Hong Kong, Rio Mexico City and others. Our clients are also able to obtain real time updates via our immigration tracking system, which allows each client to login and monitor his or her case Weather it is obtaining a visa for a key employee at the U.S. Consulate in Shanghai, extending a visa in London or Bangalore or ensuring corporate compliance with immigration law, our firm is the most cost-effective and competent choice.
 
At Maiona Ward Immigration Law, our Boston-based immigration attorneys are dedicated to producing the best possible results for our clients, efficiently and effectively. With over 25 years of immigration experience between the partners of the firm, we strive to provide professional, honest and cost-effective services to all of our clients. Maiona Ward Immigration Law represents large and small corporations, employees, human resources departments and individuals who desire to navigate the immigration laws to work, live or travel to the United States.
 
Contact Maiona Ward Immigration Law by calling 617-695-2220 to schedule an initial consultation with an experienced Boston immigration attorney today. Our offices are conveniently located in the Financial District of downtown Boston.

Business Immigration: H-1B, TN, O-1, NIW, EB-1, PERM

Maiona Ward Immigration Law
31 Milk Street, Suite 315
Boston, MA 02109
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