Immigration Attorneys - Providence
Immigration Attorneys - Providence

We have offices in both Providence, RI and Evertt, MA

Immigration Lawyers - Boston
Immigration Lawyers - Boston

We have offices in both Providence, RI and Evertt, MA

Immigration Attorneys - Providence
Immigration Attorneys - Providence

We have offices in both Providence, RI and Evertt, MA

Our Team


The law office of Mills & Born, located in Providence, RI and Everett, MA is one of the most experienced and dependable immigration, employment discrimination and personal injury law practices in the area. We have served clients throughout the United States and in a number of countries throughout the world, particularly in complex high-end immigration matters. The entire staff of attorneys, legal assistants, and office personnel are multilingual, fluent in Spanish and in Portuguese (Everett office). Our lawyers are also experienced in the areas of family law, personal injury, and employment discrimination. Our goal is to offer excellent, prompt, legal service at a reasonable price.



We specialize in Immigration Law (Abogados de Inmigración), as well as Employment Discrimination and Personal Injury cases. A complete list of services can be accessed below.

Important Announcement:


Our Providence office has recently changed locations!  We are now located at: 999 Chalkstone Ave. in Providence.

Contact Us

401-467-1140 (Providence)
​781-321-1402 (Everett)

Mills and Born Attorneys at Law

999 Chalkstone Ave.
Providence, RI 02908

Ph: (401) 467-1140

Fax: (401) 223-2908

33 Chelsea Street

Everett, MA 02149
​Ph: (781) 321-1402
Fax: (617) 387-1416



President's Day Holiday:


Our office will be close on Monday, February 15, 2015 for the President's Day Holiday.  We will open again at 9:00 am on Tuesday.

Areas of Practice


TPS Auto Extended!


USCIS will extend, through Oct. 4, 2021, Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and the validity of certain TPS-related documentation for beneficiaries under the TPS designations for El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua and Sudan, provided that the affected beneficiaries remain individually eligible for TPS. Beneficiaries under these TPS designations may also apply for new work permits, if they so desire.  See: Temporary Protected Status-USCIS for more details.


Coronavirus Update:


The Law Office of Mills & Born remains open to serve you during this difficult time!  We are presently not conducting face to face appointments but we are doing telephonic appointments, answering phone calls and email inquiries.  U.S. Immigration Offices are accepting applications for processing and scheduling interviews on a reduced schedule.  The Immigration Courts are conducting hearings as well on a reduced scheduled  Please call us if you have any questions!  We wish that you and your family be as safe and healthy as possible.

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Mills & Born Case Approvals for November 2020

Congratulations to all of our clients and their families who had their cases approved during the month of November! We are so happy to have been able to assist you in the successful outcome of your case. Also, a big thank-you to the attorneys, paralegals and support staff at Mills & Born for all your hard work and efforts in processing these cases, 21 cases in total! They include: (9) I-130s, (4) I-485s, (3) U-Visas, (2) Provisional Waivers, (1) Fraud Waiver, (1) Cancellation of Removal with the Immigration Judge, and (1) I-751 Removal of Conditional Residency

As a convenience we accept CREDIT CARDS as a form of payment. 

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New Public Charge Rules!

On August 14, 2019, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published a final rule regarding public charge and immigrants. After a several month delay, the new rule took effect on February 24, 2020. 

  • The new rule redefines the definition of a public charge. Now, instead of assessing whether an applicant is likely to become primarily dependent on the government for income support, the new rule defines a public charge as a person who receives any number of public benefits for more than an aggregate of 12 months over any 36-month period of time.


  • The rule expands the list of publicly-funded programs that immigration officers may consider when deciding whether someone is likely to become a public charge.


  • Benefits received by family members of the immigrant will still not be considered in the public charge determination.


This is just a very brief overview.  For a more detailed overview please see the one published by the Immigrant Legal Resource Center at:

If you have further question about how this might affect you or your family please contact the office of Mills & Born at 401-461-1140 in the Providence area and 781-321-1420 in the Boston area.