Immigration Attorneys

Unless you have been approved for UMMS sponsored U.S. permanent residency, the Immigration Services Office cannot refer you to a specific attorney. In the case where you have been approved for sponsorship of an application for U.S. permanent residence based on your position at UMMS, we require that you work with one of the immigration attorneys listed below. We have agreements with these firms to process our Permanent Resident applications and they are therefore knowledgeable about internal UMMS procedures for such applications:

 


Chin & Curtis LLP
75 Federal Street
Suite 210
Boston, MA 02110

617-482-1775
contact@chincurtis.com
http://www.chincurtis.com

Elizabeth Goss, Esq
Goss Associates
177 Milk Street
Suite 605
Boston, MA 02109

617-357-9300
Liz@gossimmigration.com
http://www.gossimmigration.com


Iandoli Desai & Cronin P.C.
Attorneys at Law
38 Third Avenue
Suite 100 East
Boston, MA 02129

617-482-1010
iandoli@iandoli.com
http://www.iandoli.com



If you have not been approved for UMMS sponsored U.S. Permanent Resident application and/or have other personal immigration issues that you need to discuss with a qualified immigration attorney, you are welcome to contact one of the UMMS approved immigration attorneys or choose from a number of qualified immigration attorneys in the Boston / Central Massachusetts area. 

You may search the following referral services to find an immigration lawyer that suits your particular needs:

The American Immigration Lawyers Association
FindLaw West Legal Directory
The Immigration Portal (scroll down to "find a lawyer" section)
The National Consortium of Immigration Law Firms

University of Massachusetts Medical School approved attorneys may submit applications for UMMS sponsored employees only when they have received authorization from either the Senior Manager, Compliance and Immigration, or the University Chancellor’s office. For Medical School employees, Immigration Services completes all of the necessary paperwork for H-1B, J-1, F-1, E, and TN status.

Any employee who requires the submission of a different non-immigration visa petition or a Labor Certification/ Immigrant Visa Petition, must first consult with the Immigration Services Office.  By initiating the visa sponsorship in this manner, we will be able to monitor the process of the visa, and confirm that the employing department is interested in the continued employment/ support of the individual.