Jose M. Luna is an associate in the Boston, Massachusetts, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. whose practice focuses on business immigration matters. As a first-generation U.S. citizen, Jose understands the challenges and opportunities presented by the U.S. immigration system, guiding employers through the complex maze of regulations with the 20-20 hindsight of personal experience.
Prior to joining Jackson Lewis, Jose advised clients on a full range of matters at a boutique business immigration firm in Boston. He has worked with a broad range of businesses, including startups, large corporations, institutions of higher education, and hospital groups, in a variety of immigration matters before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Department of Labor, and in federal court.
While in law school, Jose was a member of the Immigration Clinic representing individuals applying for asylum, protection under the United Nations Convention Against Torture, and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status. With his background and experience in law school, Jose knew he could best assist clients in immigration matters and sought to enter the practice area. While at school, Jose also won the Suffolk University Law School Transnational Law Review Moot Court competition.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jose M. Luna