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2018 has gotten off to a busy start for Ditrani Law, LLC and Attorney Leslie Ditrani. As always, Leslie has been very active in the Cambridge community. As Co-Chair of the Cambridge Commission for Immigrant... Read more

Leslie Ditrani's letter to the Cambridge Chronicle Editor urging the U.S. Congress to protect Dreamers was published on January 4, 2018.  The letter reads: To the editor: The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, established in the Obama Administration, has given the... Read more

Are you an immigrant in the United States?  Are you wondering what your rights are now that we have a president that is publicly anit-immigrant. Leslie Ditrani together with other AILA attorneys worked with the Cambridge Commission for Immigrant Rights and Citizenship to present several Know Your... Read more

To an audience of approximately 75 students, Leslie Ditrani presented about what immigrant entrepreneurs and others should expect with a president who campaigned on an anti-immigration platform.  Many things will change, but implementation of such changes will take time.  For more information... Read more

Leslie Ditrani is honored to be appointed to the Cambridge Commission on Immigrant Rights and Citizenship.  The Commission is new to Cambridge and will act as a centralizing force in the City providing information and guidance on immigration issues. The appointment is for a three year term.... Read more


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