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Green Card Info Session
June 27 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
Immigration and Visa Options Session 2023
The MGPA International Postdocs Subcommittee sponsored the highly-anticipated Immigration and Visa Info Session with some added content for International Medical Graduates (IMGs)!
This was an opportunity for non-US citizen MGH Research Fellows or International Medical Graduates to learn more about the process and requirements for USA permanent residence application and other immigration and visa issues.
The event was led by Madeline Cronin, Prasant Desai, and Mary Walsh from Iandoli Desai & Cronin P.C., a U.S. immigration law firm located in the Charlestown Navy Yard. The firm represents businesses, institutions, and individuals on a wide range of U.S. immigration and nationality issues: https://www.iandoli.com/
There was also a representative from the MGB Office for Global Professionals and Scholars, Noel Palatas.
For any questions please email us at email@example.com
Attorney Madeline Cronin has practiced U.S. immigration law since 1994, concentrating primarily in business immigration. Madeline has presented on U.S. immigration law topics at continuing Legal Education seminars, educational institutions, and to professional associations. She serves as a board member of the Rian Immigrant Center.
Attorney Prasant Desai has practiced U.S. immigration law for three decades and focuses on business immigration matters. Prasant has lectured frequently on U.S. immigration law matters to a variety of professional associations, institutions, and continuing legal education seminars. He is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and is a Trustee of Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc. He is a former Council Member of the Boston Bar Association, having served as a member of its Executive Committee as well as a past co-chair of its Immigration Law Section.
Attorney Mary Walsh has practiced U.S. immigration law since 2006, and prior to attending law school, Mary worked as an immigration paralegal in San Francisco and Cambridge for several years. Mary concentrates her practice in business and family-based immigration matters, with a specialization in obtaining visas and legal permanent resident status for research scholars, scientists, artists, and athletes including O-1 Extraordinary Ability, EB-1A Extraordinary Ability, EB-1B Outstanding Professors and Researchers, and National Interest Waivers.