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Nationally Recognized Immigration Attorney Joins Mintz

John F. Quill, a prominent business immigration attorney, has joined the Immigration Practice of Mintz.  He will be based in the firm’s Boston office.

Prior to joining Mintz, Mr. Quill was a partner at Seyfarth Shaw LLP.

Mr. Quill’s practice encompasses all aspects of immigration and nationality law. He draws on over two decades of experience to help companies and their employees obtain nonimmigrant visas, including B, E, H, J, L, O, and TN visas. Mr. Quill also handles applications for PERM labor certification; extraordinary ability, outstanding researcher, and national interest waiver petitions; adjustment of status procedures; consular processing; and naturalization. He has distinguished himself in the use of legal operations and technology to streamline practices and develop innovative solutions to challenging legal and case production issues. Mr. Quill represents clients in a wide variety of industries, including biotechnology, FinTech, hospitals & health systems, insurance, financial services, retailers, education, consulting, and staffing services.

“We’re excited to have John join the firm,” said Susan J. Cohen, Chair of Mintz’s Immigration practice. “His robust immigration experience gives us added depth and resources that many of our clients increasingly are seeking as they navigate operating in a global environment.”

Mr. Quill is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and is a volunteer attorney for the Irish Immigration Center. He also serves as a frequent panelist at immigration seminars, has served as co-chair of AILA regional conferences and has authored numerous articles on business immigration topics.

Ms. Cohen continued, “Mintz’s immigration group is both nationally and internationally recognized as a top-ranked practice for corporate immigration and the addition of John to our firm further solidifies our standing as the “go-to” firm for clients’ business immigration needs.”

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