Working with a lawyer who is familiar with U.S. immigration laws can make a tremendous difference in your case. Some immigration cases may involve family, employment, or criminal matters, so it is crucial to find a lawyer with expertise relevant to your case. The Boston Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service has attorneys who are up-to-date on national immigration laws, policies, and procedures. Consulting one of our lawyers is a great way to obtain guidance and advice on the appropriate actions to take for your specific case, which can save you both time and money in the end.
Immigration cases are often time-sensitive and highly complicated. They may involve filling out detailed applications as well as preparing for important interviews or court hearings. Submitting incorrect paperwork or the failure to meet strict deadlines may cause significant delays in your case, or could even lead to deportation. Therefore, it is important to hire a lawyer with the skills and expertise to assist you to properly file your case. The Boston Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service has lawyers who have past experience assisting clients with immigration matters and who devote a large portion of their full-time practice to immigration cases.
March 31, 2021
The U.S. Department of the Treasury and International Revenue Service (IRS) has recently announced that the deadline for individuals to file their tax returns has been extended from April 15th to May 17th. This extension only applies to individuals filing their personal tax returns. If you are an individual taxpayer and would need an extension past May 17th, you can file Form 4868 for an extension until October 15th, 2021.Read more →
March 30, 2021
The Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) issued an regarding the operation of Massachusetts state courts and courthouses during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The new order has gone into effect March 1, 2021, and will replace the existing order issued on September 17, 2020.Read more →
February 24, 2021
As the New Year has gone on, the state of public health in Massachusetts has started to improve greatly. Because of this, Mayor Walsh announced on Monday, February 8th, the state has adjusted the 25% capacity restriction on local businesses. Certain businesses now are able to operate at a 40% capacity.Read more →