AILA New England Classifieds

Local Advertising Instructions

Any AILA member or non-member may post a classified ad for a job opening, position wanted, office space for rent by a Chapter member or moving notice/new contact info on both the AILA National website "InfoNet" and the AILA New England chapter website or via a one-time e-mail to the AILA New England listserve, which will be delivered to all the members of the AILA New England Chapter with email addresses registered with AILA National. The cost is $50.00 for the one-time e-mail, $75.00 for the one-time e-mail and one-month online posting and $100.00 for the one-time e-mail and three-months posting online.

In order to post your ad you must prepay the appropriate amount by check, payable to AILA N.E. Chapter. Mail your check to the Chapter's Treasurer as follows:

Mahsa Khanbabai
Khanbabai Immigration Law
115 Main Street, Suite 1B
North Easton, MA 02356

2-3 days after mailing your payment, send an e-mail to Mahsa Khanbabai at with the content for the ad - exactly as you want it to appear in the e-mail and/or posted on the website.  You must be specific and concise in your e-mail as to where you want responses sent and what you want the ad to say.  AILA NE Chapter will not edit or review the ad so please proofread your material. The ad will be posted upon receipt of your payment.



Business Immigration Associate Attorney


Fletcher Tilton PC is seeking an Associate Attorney with 3-5 years’ experience to add to its well established MetroWest Immigration practice.   Candidate will process Non-Immigrant petitions, PERM applications, and Immigrant petitions.  Prior business immigration experience as well as strong research and writing skills required.  Multi-lingual capabilities, family immigration and/or litigation background, as well as client generation ability a plus, but not required.   Competitive salary, excellent benefits, and the opportunity for advancement.   Please submit resume to Jennifer Matthew, Human Resources Manager at

Posted 12.19.17

3 mo 

The Law Offices of Rachel L. Rado currently has an opening for a full-time associate immigration attorney at our firm.  We are located in Boston between the Haymarket and North Station T Stops.  The associate would be responsible for, but not limited to, the following:


-          Meeting with clients and preparing applications and affidavits

-          Representing clients at USCIS, EOIR, Probate and Family Courts, and Criminal District Court

-          Drafting and Finalizing Motions to EOIR, Probate and Family Court, and Criminal District Court (knowledge and experience with the EOIR practice manual required

-          Drafting briefs to EOIR and legal research

-          Time Accountability and Note Tracking regarding case statuses


Ideal candidate would have at least 1-2 years of solid immigration experience, particularly in removal defense.  Fluency in Spanish is required for this position.  Must have a dedication and passion for immigration law. Position offers benefits of partially paid(50% Health Insurance) after 3 month probation period, paid sick and vacation time after 3 month probation period. 


Please forward resume and salary requirements to  Thank you.

Posted 12.07.17

1 mo 

Full-time immigration position open now. Senior partner is ready to retire. New attorney  must be licensed and have 3-5 years experience in Immigration Court. Proficiency in Portuguese a must.  Practice is currently expanding, not winding down. Contact me at my cell 339-225-2266. Please-no calls or emails to the office. Walter Gleason.

Posted 12.06.17

1 mo 


Northeast Legal Aid’s subsidiary, the Northeast Justice Center, seeks a staff attorney to handle immigration cases. Candidate must be bilingual (English-Spanish). Please send a cover letter, resume and two references to  Equal Opportunity Employer.

Posted 12.01.17

1 mo 

Contract Attorney

Contract Attorney - One to two years business immigration experience to assist with H-1B and L-1 petitions and RFE’s.  Send expressions of interest to using Contract Attorney in the subject line.

Posted 10.18.17

3 mo 


Dear New England AILA Members:

I recently passed the Massachusetts bar exam and will join AILA after my admission to the Massachusetts Bar on November 16, 2017. I am writing to inquire about possible employment opportunities and have attached my resume for your review.

My interest in immigration law stems from my own immigrant background. As an immigrant, I have greatly benefited from the opportunity to live in this country. Thus, I am personally motivated to assist others in obtaining immigration benefits.

To achieve my goal of becoming a successful immigration attorney, I had taken every immigration course including business immigration offered at my school and participated in the immigration clinic where I learned about numerous aspects of business immigration. First, I helped a client extend his H1B status by filing the I-129 and a new labor condition application due to his relocation. Second, I compiled packages to support TN and B1 in lieu of H1B applications. Third, I gained exposure to the PERM process by filing prevailing wage applications on the iCERT Portal and crafting job descriptions with quantifiable minimum requirements. Finally, I honed my legal research and writing skills by drafting an appellate brief to respond to a denial of an L-1B petition. 

I would appreciate the opportunity to discuss job openings with you. I can be reached at 781-223-5138 or by email at Thank you for your consideration.





Shu Ying Mai

Posted 10.25.17

3 mo