Iandoli Desai & Cronin PC

With roots more than 40 years old, Iandoli Desai & Cronin P.C. is one of the most experienced immigration law firms in New England. Our mission is to provide excellent immigration legal services to all of our clients in an efficient, focused, and caring manner. We are an eight-attorney firm providing mainly employment-based immigration legal services to a diverse client base ranging from for-profit large multi-national corporations, mid-size companies and start-up ventures in software, manufacturing, engineering, and professional services sectors to non-profit employers, such as educational institutions and teaching hospitals. In addition to employers, we represent individual scientists, scholars, medical professionals, other persons eligible for self-sponsorship based on their exceptional abilities and families in immigration matters.

Iandoli Desai & Cronin P.C. is committed to a policy of equal opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, age, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, disability, military status, or genetic information in employment. To fulfill that policy, we are committed to a program of affirmative action to eliminate or mitigate artificial barriers and to increase opportunities for the recruitment and advancement of qualified minorities, women, and persons with disabilities. We joined the Women’s Bar Associations as a Firm Member as we feel our missions align - to build a strong community who make a difference in the profession and in society at large.

Iandoli Desai & Cronin P.C. has a strong commitment to continuing legal education and pro bono service. Our attorneys regularly present at seminars hosted by the Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc., the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), National Association of Foreign Service Advisors (NAFSA), the Boston Bar Association, Massachusetts Bar Association and the Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders (GLAD). Our commitment to pro bono work is noteworthy. In 2012, Richard Iandoli was awarded the James Leck Distinguished Service Award for service to the foreign student advisors of New England. In 2010, Richard Iandoli was awarded the Lifetime Outstanding Achievement by the Political Asylum and Refugee Immigration Project for his work of over 30 years as an advocate, mentor and teacher. Madeline Choi Cronin and Prasant Desai were presented with the 2007 Daniel Levy Award by the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild for commitment to protecting and defending the rights of immigrant workers and families affected by the raids in New Bedford, Massachusetts.