Rachel C. Tadmor, Esquire
Rachel C. Tadmor, Esquire is a nationally recognized immigration lawyer admitted to law in Massachusetts. She concentrates in the areas of employment and family based immigration, in addition to other immigration areas. She is a graduate of the University of Maryland Law School and has been in practice since 1991.
Her past and present professional affiliations, activities, and memberships include: Member: American Immigration Lawyers Association; Speaker on Panel for the New England Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association; Past Mentor of American Immigration Lawyers Association; Past Board Member, Centro Las Americas. She has also been interviewed by newspapers and has been a speaker on radio shows on immigration law, and has published monthly columns on Immigration Law.
Her practice focuses on all immigration matters including filings before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (previously known as the INS), the Executive Office of Immigration Review, and the Board of Immigration Appeals.
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