In 2007, Immigration and Customs Enforcement–the agency, which handles immigration bonds and is in charge of deportation–moved its offices from the centrally-located JFK Federal Building in downtown Boston to a remote office park way out in the boonies of Burlington, Massachusetts.
In my years of experience as an immigration lawyer specializing in deportation cases, I’ve noticed that many of my clients don’t have cars and rely on public transportation. My clients need to travel from Boston area to the Burlington, MA immigration office to post immigration bonds or to report in for orders of supervision or orders of recognizance. My immigration clients often ask me how to get to ICE’s Burlington office from Boston using public transportation.
The answer is quite simple. Take the MBTA Red Line to Alewife Station. From there, take the 350 Bus to the Burlington Mall, which is located adjacent to the office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The schedule for the 350 Bus can be found here.
The address, once again, for ICE in Burlington is:
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
Office of Detention and Removal Operations (DRO)
10 New England Executive Park
Burlington, Massachusetts 01803
I hope this information is helpful to you. Should you need assistance with an immigration case, please call my office at (617) 722-0005 and schedule an immigration consultation to meet with me.