A full service immigration law firm, the Law Office of Joy A. Cahaly has been providing comprehensive processing services for nonimmigrant visas, permanent residency or "green card" status, and naturalization for family based and employment based cases since 1998. Attorney Joy A. Cahaly provides personalized, efficient, and excellent service to individuals, families, small businesses, and corporations located in Massachusetts and throughout the U.S.A.. Reasonable flat legal fees available. Fluent in Spanish. Proficient in Italian and French. Born and raised in the Boston area, Attorney Cahaly has also studied abroad in Cordoba, Spain, and lived and worked in New York, New York in the publishing and fashion industries.
A longtime member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and a cum laude graduate of Suffolk University Law School and Wellesley College, attorney Joy A. Cahaly has dedicated her law practice exclusively to immigration and naturalization law including defensive representation in immigration court proceedings since 1998. We understand how difficult and intimidating immigration matters can be, and we are committed to providing personalized, compassionate, high quality legal services to our clients every step of the way. As the grandchild of Syrian and Italian immigrants, Joy A. Cahaly has devoted her career as an attorney to helping immigrants navigate the complex web of U.S. immigration laws in order to successfully obtain the desired results. Offices conveniently located on State Street in Boston, Massachusetts, adjacent to Faneuil Hall and easily accessible via public transportation.
Spanish, English, Italian, French
|Immigration Attorney||Law Office of Joy A. Cahaly||1998 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|City of Boston Mayor's Office for Immigrant Advancement||Volunteer Attorney||2009 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Member||1998 - Present|
|The Boston Globe||interviewed for and featured in article "Do The Right Thing" by Adrian Walker||2008|
|The Boston Globe||interviewed for and featured in article "Marriage License doesn't equal fast U.S. Citzenship" by Maria Sacchetti||2008|
|Suffolk University Law School||JD - Juris Doctor cum laude||1998|
|Wellesley College||BA - Bachelor of Arts cum laude||1990|
|30 minute television interview for a public interest program called "I on Boston" featured on the ION cable television channel||Immigration Law||2007|
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