​​​“Immigrant families have integrated themselves into our communities, establishing deep roots. Whenever they have settled, they have made lasting contributions to the economic vitality and diversity of our communities and our nation. Our economy depends on these hard-working, taxpaying workers. They have assisted America in its economic boom."

​U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy

"More than any other nation on Earth, America has constantly drawn strength and spirit from wave after wave of immigrants. In each generation, they have proved to be the most restless, the most adventurous, the most innovative, the most industrious of people. Bearing different memories, honoring different heritages, they have strengthened our economy, enriched our culture, renewed our promise of freedom and opportunity for all…."
President Bill Clinton


Born in Chicago, IL, Peter worked in Washington, D.C. before entering Boston University Law School ("BUSL")​.  During his tenure at BUSL, Peter excelled in legal research and writing, negotiation competition, and classroom debate.  He spent his summers during law school working for the U.S. EPA, Massachusetts Appeals Court Justice Mel Greenberg, and for a large corporate law firm in Providence, Rhode Island.  After graduating law school in 2001, he simultaneously passed both the Massachusetts and Rhode Island bar exams in the first attempt, and worked for a large corporate law firm in Providence, Rhode Island, where he focused on corporate law, commercial lending, and immigration law.  After obtaining a great deal of experience and success, he finally decided that the

most effective way to help his clients was to break out on his own and start his own firm in Boston, Massachusetts.  Since 2003, Attorney Hoffmann has been helping individuals, families, and businesses with their immigration matters with great passion and success.  "There is nothing more professionally rewarding than helping my clients pursue the American dream!" - Attorney Peter K. Hoffmann.

About Peter K. Hoffmann, ESQ.

  • Green Cards 
  • Visas
  • Citizenship & Naturalization
  • Employment Authorization 
  • Board of Immigration Appeals
  • U.S. Federal District Court