Madeline Cronin, Esq.

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Attorney Madeline Cronin has practiced U.S. immigration law for over 25 years concentrating mainly in business immigration assisting companies, academic institutions, and individuals with hiring, permanent residence and naturalization of foreign nationals. Madeline has lectured on U.S. immigration law topics at Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education seminars, at educational institutions, and to professional associations. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and serves as a Volunteer Attorney and Board Member with the Rian Immigrant Center, formerly the Irish International Immigration Center (IIIC), as well as a Co-Chair of the Women's Bar Association, Small and Solo Practitioners Committee. 

Madeline's current bar admissions include the California Bar, the California Supreme Court, and the Federal District Court of California. She holds a bachelor's in Business Management from the University of Massachusetts, Boston (1991) and a Juris Doctor from Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles, California (1994). 

Outside of the office, Madeline enjoys spending time with her family as well as outdoor activities such as rowing and hiking. 


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