Attorney Profiles

Boston Immigration Attorneys

Rachel C. Tadmor, Esquire - Email Me

Rachel C. Tadmor, Esquire is a nationally recognized immigration lawyer admitted to law in Massachusetts. She concentrates in the areas of employment and family based immigration, in addition to other immigration areas. She is a graduate of the University of Maryland Law School and has been in practice since 1991. Her past and present professional affiliations, activities, and memberships include: Member: American Immigration Lawyers Association; Speaker on Panel for the New England Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association; Past Mentor of American Immigration Lawyers Association; Past Board Member, Centro Las Americas. She has also been interviewed by newspapers and has been a speaker on radio shows on immigration law, and has published monthly columns on Immigration Law. Her practice focuses on all immigration matters including filings before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (previously known as the INS), the Executive Office of Immigration Review, and the Board of Immigration Appeals.

Yoav Tadmor, Esquire - Email Me

Yoav Tadmor, Esquire is a nationally recognized immigration lawyer admitted to law in Massachusetts. He concentrates in the areas of employment and family based immigration, in addition to other immigration areas. He is a graduate of Temple University School of Law and has been an attorney since 1994. He also holds an LLM degree in International Law from Georgetown University Law School in Washington, D.C. He has a published paper on international law and the United Nations, has been interviewed by newspapers and has been a speaker on radio shows on immigration law. His past and present professional affiliations, activities, and memberships include: Member: American Immigration Lawyers Association. His practice focuses on all immigration matters including filings before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (previously known as the INS), the Executive Office of Immigration Review, and the Board of Immigration Appeals.

Jamie L. Martin - Email Me

Jamie L. Martin is admitted to the practice of law in Massachusetts. Originally from the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York, she graduated from Suffolk University Law School in Boston, MA. She practices immigration law with a focus on business and family immigration, as well as deportation defense. During her time in law school, Attorney Martin interned with the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants as well as several other law offices in the Boston area. She has also volunteered at clinics with the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition. Attorney Martin spent her final year in law school participating as a Student Attorney in the SULS Immigration Clinic representing indigent clients in everything from green card replacement and naturalization to removal defense.

Karena L. Gutierrez - Email Me

Karena L. Gutierrez practices immigration and nationality law. She graduated from Seattle University School of Law in Seattle, WA. Ms. Gutierrez focuses primarily on family-based immigration matters. She has experience with relative petitions, adjustment of status, removal of conditions, unlawful presence waivers, asylum applications, and naturalization. She has represented numerous immigrants and their families in their USCIS interviews.

Sarah L. Candela - Email Me

Sarah L. Candela is admitted to the practice of law in Massachusetts. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Simmons College, and her Juris Doctor from the Roger Williams University School of Law. Sarah worked as a student immigration attorney for half of her law school career at the Roger Williams School of Law Immigration Clinic. At the Immigration Clinic, she performed a variety of services for the immigrant community, including attending interviews with clients at USCIS, handling detained cases, and representing clients in Family Court and at the Boston Immigration Court. At Tadmor & Tadmor, LLP, Sarah focuses on family immigration, deportation defense, affirmative and defensive asylum, appeals and hardship waivers. She has earned three CALI awards and the national CLEA award for her immigration work.

Christopher L. Caravello - Email Me

Christopher L. Caravello is admitted to the practice of law in Massachusetts. He received his Bachelor of Science from Brigham Young University – Idaho, and his Juris Doctor from the University of Utah. During his time in law school Chris interned with Utah Legal Services to help indigent clients with due process issues. Additionally, Chris worked at the Utah Attorney General’s Office in its Tax Law Division. At Tadmor & Tadmor, LLP, Chris focuses on nonimmigrant work-related visas. Chris has lived in Brazil and speaks Portuguese fluently.