Immigration Attorney in Boston
We are a Boston immigration law firm who handles cases in Boston Immigration Court and USCIS.
It is tough to be a non-citizen, especially during these times when immigrants are demonized every day in politics. I’m here to be your shield against those who would try to remove you from this country, and help you secure your right to stay in this country.
I have helped numerous people get their green cards, get authorization to work, get visas, and get their citizenship. I believe in doing my best to secure your right to stay in this country and build your future with your family.
I can help with the following types of immigration cases and more:
Adjustment of Status (I-485, I-130, etc)
Fiancee Visa (K-1, K-2, K-3)
Request for Additional Evidence
Bond Application and Bond Hearing
Replace Green Card (I-90)
How an Immigration Lawyer Can Help You
While the paperwork necessary to get your green card, become a U.S. citizen, or get a visa may seem simple, there are many hidden pitfalls waiting to trap you.
You need an immigration attorney to help you file your paperwork. An immigration lawyer can prevent delays in your application and risks to your rights.
We have people come into my office all the time who filled out their immigration paperwork wrong, received a request for additional evidence, and have a short timeline to fix it. As I learned when I was little, it’s always better to do things the right way, and an immigration lawyer can ensure that you’re not in this position.
We believe in exploring every possible angle when submitting immigration paperwork to avoid potential hurdles. For every immigration case we submit, we do extensive research to ensure that everything is done the right way, the first time.
We believe in making sure that your application is processed easily and without unnecessary delay. This means ensuring that we send in your paperwork with all the evidence necessary. This can mean we submit a large amount of evidence, and it can take a long time to gather. It’s worth it, though, if it means your petition won’t require additional requests for evidence.
An immigration attorney can also help things run smoothly in interviews for green cards or naturalization. Our immigration attorney represents people in Boston immigration court and processes paperwork with the USCIS.
Named One of 20 Best Immigration Attorneys in Boston
In February 2020, the Law Office of Matthew Peterson was named one of the 20 best immigration attorneys in Boston by expertise.com.
Expertise.com uses multiple criteria to decide who the best immigration attorneys in Boston are. These include:
Reputation: A history of delighted customers and outstanding service
Credibility: Building customer confidence with licensing, accreditation, and awards.
Experience: Masters of their craft, based on years of practical experience and education.
Availability: Consistently approachable and responsive so customers never feel ignored.
Professionalism: Providing service with honesty, reliability, and respect