Chin & Curtis, LLP, is a twelve-attorney firm specializing exclusively in United States immigration law. Our focus is principally on corporate and business immigration, although we are a full-service firm and advise clients in naturalization, family-based immigration, deportation and exclusion as well. The founding partners, Francis Chin and Philip Curtis, have been representing companies and individuals in New England and throughout the country for many years. Each of the other senior attorneys in the firm has more than fifteen years' experience in the field. We also make effective use of more than a dozen outstanding legal assistants in our practice.
We represent a wide range of clients, principally corporations, academic institutions, consulting firms and professionals who work for them. We also represent nonprofit organizations and individuals.
Francis E. Chin is the Managing Partner of Chin & Curtis, LLP. He is a graduate of Middlebury College in Vermont and the New York University School of Law, where he was Executive Editor of the New York University Journal of International Law and Politics. Mr. Chin previously studied in Mainz, Germany, and was selected as a Thomas J. Watson Foundation Fellow to study in Southeast and East Asia. Mr. Chin has written on immigration law issues and lectured at conferences sponsored by the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the American Council on International Personnel, the American Bar Association, the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc., the Practicing Law Institute, and many academic and business groups.
Mr. Chin has been named annually for more than a dozen years in The Best Lawyers in America in the immigration law section, and also in The International Who‘s Who of Business Lawyers in the corporate immigration section. He has been designated consistently as a Massachusetts Super Lawyer in Boston magazine and was cited in Chambers Global: The World‘s Leading Lawyers for Business 2006 – The Client‘s Guide, as “the best in Boston,” and “consistently recommended as ‘an extremely intelligent immigration lawyer with a sky-high level practice.’”