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About Our Firm

At our law firm, we focus our legal practice on solutions to immigration challenges. Our goal is to provide excellent service and practical solutions to individuals, families and companies. Our practice is based in Dedham, Massachusetts; however, we serve clients throughout the Boston area and beyond.

Whether you are a student wanting to attend school, a professional looking for work in the United States, a citizen or permanent resident looking to bring family members to the U.S., or someone in a different situation, your immigration case has unique issues that require a tailored strategy. We are here to help you develop and execute that strategy.

We build trust with clients by spending time with them and not rushing them out the door for the next appointment. As your attorneys, we will attend to every detail of your case and remain at your side throughout the entire process of resolving your legal matter. Many of our clients have our mobile numbers; all of our clients receive the personal attention they need and deserve. Read more about our team’s professional background by following the links below:

Knowledgeable, Relatable And Committed To Real Service

Our founding attorney, Susan Saliba, began practicing immigration law in 2005, starting in high-volume law firms. During that time, she began to see the value in establishing and operating a smaller immigration practice. As a small law firm, we are committed to providing a high level of service and building a genuine relationship with everyone we represent. We do not handle removal cases, which can keep a lawyer in court; rather, we concentrate on working with clients in our office, other office locations, and before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

 

Contact Susan Saliba, Attorney at Law, For Immigration Help Today

 

Email us or call 781-742-7327 for a free, confidential consultation. We will give you an honest assessment of your case, a clear explanation of fees, and a prognosis regarding time frames and possible outcomes.