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Deborah L. Swett

Lead Business Immigration Specialist

Boston
Direct: (617) 946-4815
Fax: (617) 946-4801
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Ms. Swett is a senior member of our Immigration Practice Group and is the account manager for several of the firm's Fortune 500 companies, spanning numerous industries. She has over seven years of experience in Immigration and Nationality Law, specializing in both temporary Professional Nonimmigrant Visa Petitions and Permanent Employment and Family-Based Immigrant Visa "green card" Applications. Ms. Swett has also worked extensively on Political Asylum, Deportation, and Naturalization Applications.

In March 2005, Ms. Swett served as a Faculty Member and Speaker at the AILA Spring Conference for Paralegals and Law Office Staff in Washington, DC. On her panel, she contributed her knowledge, expertise, and teaching methods to a novice group of professionals. Ms. Swett was also a speaker for an Immigration History Class at Lesley College, where she provided the class with an overview of the Political Asylum Process.

Ms. Swett has earned her Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice and her Bachelor’s Degree in Government-International Affairs, both from Suffolk University. She has also participated in a prestigious Foreign Study Program in International Relations at Regent's College in London and was selected to serve as a Student Ambassador in Australia for the People to People Organization.

Ms. Swett is a senior member of our Immigration Practice Group and is the account manager for several of the firm's Fortune 500 companies, spanning numerous industries. She has over seven years of experience in Immigration and Nationality Law, specializing in both temporary Professional Nonimmigrant Visa Petitions and Permanent Employment and Family-Based Immigrant Visa "green card" Applications. Ms. Swett has also worked extensively on Political Asylum, Deportation, and Naturalization Applications.

In March 2005, Ms. Swett served as a Faculty Member and Speaker at the AILA Spring Conference for Paralegals and Law Office Staff in Washington, DC. On her panel, she contributed her knowledge, expertise, and teaching methods to a novice group of professionals. Ms. Swett was also a speaker for an Immigration History Class at Lesley College, where she provided the class with an overview of the Political Asylum Process.

Ms. Swett has earned her Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice and her Bachelor’s Degree in Government-International Affairs, both from Suffolk University. She has also participated in a prestigious Foreign Study Program in International Relations at Regent's College in London and was selected to serve as a Student Ambassador in Australia for the People to People Organization.

Education

  • M.S., Suffolk University (2002)
    Criminal Justice
  • B.S., Suffolk University (2001)
    Government-International Affairs