Backtrace from warning 'Parameter 1 to wp_default_scripts() expected to be a reference, value given' at /nas/content/live/vacateconvict/wp-includes/class-wp-hook.php 286:
Backtrace from warning 'Parameter 1 to wp_default_styles() expected to be a reference, value given' at /nas/content/live/vacateconvict/wp-includes/class-wp-hook.php 286:
The lawyers at the Law Office of John E. MacDonald, Inc. successfully represent clients at the Providence Immigration Office and the Boston Immigration Court. We have successfully terminated deportation cases in the Boston Immigration Court and assist our clients to obtain permanent residence through adjustment of status in the United States or consular processing board. Our Clients that are seeking US Citizenship retain us to ensure that their petition is filed quickly and approved as fast as possible. John MacDonald has built a strong reputation for defending clients
“John I would like to thank you for everything you did for my family and I. Without your help nothing would have been possible. I will always be thankful to you and Elisha because I now have my family back together. Thank you so much for everything!”
- Lee F.
“What for years other lawyers said would be a definite deportation, and even the one that dared to try couldn’t do, John Macdonald delivered! His personal touch and “can do” attitude ensured that my husband’s case be vacated in the Rhode Island courts even though we lived in Florida.”
“You saved my dad when we had no hope and for that we are forever grateful.”
- Maria C.
The divide in politics and society has made immigrants the topic of discussion. There is a lot of controversy about the legality of immigration and changes that the administration is proposing. There is a lot of discussion all over the…
Conditional residency status is something that can change with marriage and is as common as a name change. However, it isn’t as simple as saying “I do”. You still must follow the process. It is a process that isn’t combative,…
Sometimes when we are young we make mistakes, and those mistakes can sometimes get you into very big trouble. No one is perfect, and no one should have to pay for mistakes they made in the past for the rest…