Founded in 1979, our firm provides exceptional legal services in the areas of employment based and family based immigration, naturalization and citizenship, and related immigration matters. In a May 17 article published by the Society for Human Resource Management, Mintz Member and Founding Chair of the firm's Immigration Practice Susan Cohen commented on President Trump's merit-based immigration proposal, which could make permanent residency available to more foreign national workers.
She has experience working in the immigration field since 2012, in California previously and now here in Boston, MA. She has diverse experience in the immigration field from family based applications, to employment based applications, asylum, VAWA, Special Immigrant Juvenille, Deportation Defense and DACA.
This Law360 article features commentary from Susan Cohen, Member and Chair of Mintz's Immigration Practice, on the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling to allow President Trump's travel ban to be enforced against people lacking a bona fide relationship”, and the likelihood of confusion in future litigation.
I take advantage of today's technology to provide cost-effective and efficient services to my clients by conducting most of my legal research electronically, communicating with my clients by fax, e-mail, and returning clients telephone calls in a timely manner.
She works with both families and businesses to address virtually any immigration issue that may come up. She is a former U.S. State Department Consular Officer, which means she has a behind-the-scenes view of the immigration process that many attorneys simply do not have.
An article published by Law360 covered a motion hearing in a class action lawsuit, Pereira Brito v. Barr, filed by Mintz, together with the ACLU of Massachusetts and the ACLU of New Hampshire, challenging the government's practice of denying due process to detained immigrants.
As the years have passed, the face of America's immigrants has transformed, but our firm has kept pace, evolving to meet the needs of Criminal Defense Lawyer Boston all of our clients, whether they require aggressive representation in removal proceedings or need us to complete visa applications.
Susan is the founder and Chair of the firm's Immigration Practice, which is composed of 12 attorneys and 18 immigration specialists and assistants who service the immigration needs of Mintz's existing corporate and individual clients, and of new clients who choose the firm precisely for its knowledge in the field of immigration and nationality law.