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I was born in Padova, Italy and raised there until the age of 13. I then moved to a boarding school in the French speaking part of Switzerland until the age of 15. From 15 to 18 years of age I lived in London, UK where I finished my high school education. At the age of 18 I moved to Boston, MA, USA, to attend University. I gained a B.A. in English and American Literature from Brandeis University, a M.S. in Criminology from Northeastern University, a J.D. and a LLM in Banking and Financial Law from Boston University School of Law.
I first came to the U.S.A. on a student visa (F-1). After law school I worked under a H1B visa as an attorney and two years later I gained my Legal Permanent Status (a.k.a. Green Card). I am thus experienced in the immigration law system both on a personal and professional level. I take my client's cases to heart since I know the pressure and difficulties that new immigrants face.
|Immigration Attorney||Immigration Solutions LLC||Boston, MA||2009 - Present|
|Immigration Attorney||Law Offices of Ara H. Margosian II||Watertown, MA||2006 - 2009|
|Boston University School of Law||J.D.||Law School||2006|
|Boston University School of Law||Banking and Financial Law||LLM||2011|
|Northeastern University||Master of Science||Criminology||2003|
|Brandeis University||Bachelor of Arts||English Literature||2001|
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- Member, Massachusetts State Bar Association
Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association
Honors & Awards
- Client's Choice Avvo, 2015
Top Contributor Avvo, 2015
Best for Immigration Law - Massachusetts, Corporate America Legal Elite, 2015
Independent Immigration Law firm of the year, ACG Global Awards, 2015
Game Changer of the Year (Immigration), ACQ Global Awards, 2015
Practice Area: Immigration
Date: Jan 01, 2008
Outcome: Successful, she was granted asylum and a year later she got her Green Card
Client entered the US with a fake passport. We applied for Asylum & Convention against Torture on the basis of past persecution. Client was almost killed during an ethnic genocide in Africa.Naturalization with Criminal History
Practice Area: Immigration
Date: Jan 01, 2013
Outcome: Successful granted US Citizenship
Client had been found guilty of Assault of Battery. Through our expert analysis of the crime we managed to successfully file a brief explaining how the crime did not bar the client from attaining US Citizenship
Practice Area: Immigration
Outcome: H1B was approved
Client had a difficult H1B petition who had not been properly filed by a previous attorney. Client was hired by company A but she effectively was working for company B under a sub-contract. This arrangement confused USCIS to the point they didn't believe the petitioning company had control over client. We filed a brief with a step-by-step explanation, substantiated by supporting documents, explaining how the petitioning company had complete control over Client.
- New England Journal of International and Comparative Law, An Analysis of the European Community Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings: Its Past, Present and Future, 2006
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|(2006) Licensed as Attorney in Massachusetts. Verified with The Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers.||December 15, 2015|
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Language:English, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese, working proficiency in French
585 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02116
Ms. Mion proudly represents her clients in the Boston area and worldwide as well.
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