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Clarissa M. Kalil

Clarissa M. Kalil

Immigration Attorney

 Clarissa Kalil has dedicated her life to helping entrepreneurs, investors, artists, and victims of abuse navigate the immigration process. Born in the United States, Clarissa Kalil and her immigrant parents moved back to Brazil when she was four years old. Kalil is the third generation attorney on her father’s side. Growing up, she was passionate about justice for as long as she can remember. “I dreamed of living in a world that provided equal opportunities for everyone,” says Kalil. At just 16, Kalil enrolled in law school in Brazil, as the youngest student in her university. She spent 5 years studying and obtaining her degree before spending the next 3 years working as an attorney at a full-service law firm, handling civil, labor, and family law matters.
During her time in law school, Kalil suffered a horrible mistake at the hands of a pharmacy that gave her the wrong medication. She was given medicine containing a double dosage of corticosteroids which caused suppression of her immune system. She ended up in the hospital with sepsis and Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS). She entered into a coma and for several weeks, her failing lungs were kept alive through machines. This experience only strengthened Kalil’s drive for justice and after making a miraculous recovery, she resolved to fulfill her dream of moving back to the United States. Upon completing the bar exam in Brazil, she immediately sued the pharmacy for damages and won the case. A few years later, Kalil returned to the United States as she was determined to obtain her US law degree. While raising a 1 year old and 6 months pregnant with her second, she spent long evenings and weekends studying, never losing sight of her dream.
“I remember that I almost gave up when I found out I was pregnant, at that point I was already accepted at law school. I called the Director of the NUSL program and said that I wouldn’t make it because I was pregnant, and he said: ‘You’ll make it, we’ll give you all the support’… and it worked! It was not easy to reconcile motherhood and law school. But, I never gave up.”
While attending the Northeastern University School of Law, Kalil spent time volunteering at several non-profit organizations, working in immigration clinics, and focused her studies on Immigration law, International Human Rights, and asylum. In 2019, she passed the US bar exam and founded The Law Offices of Clarissa M. Kalil, PLLC. Her law firm is exclusively dedicated to U.S. immigration law. Today, she works with individuals all around the nation, seeking immigration assistance for entrepreneurs, investors (EB5s), Eb1s, EB2 NIW, and EB3 perms. Having witnessed her own parent’s journey to obtain a green card, she is determined to help as many families as possible.
“When my parents lived here they were undocumented, and this was one of the reasons that they decided to return to Brazil,” explains Kalil, “I want every single business owner, artist, and investor in this country who doesn’t have documents to have the opportunity to live and grow their businesses in the U.S.”
According to Kalil, there are multiple avenues to get a green card, but the process is not easy, and working with an experienced Immigration Law attorney can greatly improve your odds.
“It’s a very complex law that has several nuances. When we talk about immigration law, a simple mistake can ruin a person’s life.”
Clarissa Kalil’s immigration law services include family-based green cards, employment-based green cards, investment visas, and green cards, and humanitarian-based green cards. Unlike many other immigration law firms, Kalil’s firm explores a variety of immigration relief options.
“It’s never a one-size-fits-all solution,” says Kalil, “We do our best to help our clients achieve their dream of success in the U.S.”
Kalil is optimistic about the immigration law reforms that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have initiated.
“However, this is only the beginning, we have a long way to go to fix the mistreatment of immigrants in this country. The philosophy of the Law Offices of Clarissa M. Kalil, PLLC is simple: we evince our commitment to each client by providing a class of legal service that is peerless. I feel very grateful to collaborate with and become part of the American Dream of other people. This is the driving force for me to help and do my best to help all of our clients to obtain their right to live and work in the United States without fear.”


She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), Boston Bar Association (BBA), Member of ASISTA.

  • Admitted to practice law in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.
  • Admitted to practice law in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
  • Admitted to practice law in the state of Missouri by the Supreme Court of Missouri
  • Admitted to practice law in Brazil by the OAB-GO.
  • 2017 LL.M. Graduate of Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, MA.
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Timothy Caron, Esq.

Associate Immigration Attorney 

Attorney Timothy Caron is licensed in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, as well as the District of Columbia. He holds a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree from the George Washington University Law School in Washington, DC. Attorney Caron also holds a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree, Magna Cum Laude, from the George Washington University in Political Science.

Attorney Caron has worked with individuals seeking immigration assistance from across Central America, South America, the Caribbean, and Afghanistan. Timothy specializes in asylum, and has further experience with provisional waivers, naturalization, notices of intent to deny, notices of appeal or motion, motions to reopen, motions to terminate, and O-1 visas. He has represented clients in several Immigration Courts located across the U.S., as well as at the USCIS Boston Office.

A proud great-grandson of French-Canadian and Lebanese immigrants, Timothy understands not only the good that this country can offer to those in need, but, in turn, the valuable role that immigrants have played in the betterment of the United States.

Attorney Caron has volunteered his time to a range of non-profit organizations, including the Antiquities Coalition, the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless, and the Museum of the Palestinian People. He is also involved in the performing arts, having written and staged multiple theatre productions, as well as having composed and produced several music albums.

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Luana Abre Viebrants

Paralegal senior

Mrs. Luana Abreu Viebrantz is a Brazilian attorney born in Sao Luis, Maranhao.

Mrs. Abreu Viebrantz holds a Master of Laws (L.L.M.) degree from Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, MA. She also holds a Bachelor of Laws (L.L.B) degree from University of Dom Bosco (UNDB).During law school, Mrs. Abreu Viebrantz interned at a well-known non-profit organization in Boston, MA, where she has developed an expertise in immigration law (U visas, relief under the Violence Against Women Act, and employment authorization for abused nonimmigrant spouses of A, E-3, G, and H visa holders), family law, and restraining orders, helping families and individuals impacted by domestic violence or partner violence.
Currently, Mrs. Abreu Viebrantz has focused her practice on complex corporate immigration matters. Mrs. Abreu Viebrantz assures that foreign companies and individuals on the full range of nonimmigrant, immigrant visa petitions and real estate investments.
At the Law Offices of Clarissa M. Kalil, Mrs. Abreu Viebrantz assists staffed attorneys in all aspects of corporate immigration, including nonimmigrant visa (H-1B, L-1, O-1, etc.), permanent residency applications (EBs, PERM, I-140, etc.), appeals, audits and nonimmigrant waivers.

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Anna Barbara Brockway


Anna was born in Caeté, in the interior of Minas Gerais and grew up in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. In addition to being a licensed lawyer in Brazil, she has a huge passion for entrepreneurship and before moving to the United States, she worked in a network of entrepreneurs in Belo Horizonte. She also worked at the Minas Gerais Public Defender’s Office in the civil area and in the legal sector of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, where she coordinated the strategy of consumerist cases of high complexity.
Anna moved to the United States in June 2019 and before joining our team, she acquired experience playing the role of paralegal at two law firms in the Boston area. She has extensive knowledge in working with clients in removal proceedings, victims of domestic violence and marriage based immigration petitions. She is also working in business  immigration and medical deferred action cases in our office. She currently works as a Paralegal in our immigration team.
As an immigrant, Anna loves to work in immigration matters and has a particular fondness for the cases of SIJS, as she feels fulfilled in being able to serve children and adolescents to achieve a new trajectory through legal residency and citizenship in the United States after suffering a history of abandonment, abuse or neglect by their own parents.
Anna is married, dreams of being a mother and loves traveling and meeting new cultures. When not working, Anna enjoys spending time with her family, playing tennis and exploring the beauties of New England. 
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Anna Paula Amaral


With a Master of Laws (LL.M.) from Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, MA, Ms. Amaral also holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from the State University of Paraíba (UEPB) in Brazil. She has an academic background in Psychology, Criminal Justice and Behavioral Sciences from Quincy College, in Quincy, MA. Mrs. Amaral is a notary public for the state of Massachusetts and is fluent in Portuguese and English. In our office she dedicates her time working with victims of domestic violence, TPS applications, drafting motions for Immigration Court and employment based applications. 

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Rohin Wesal

Dari and Pashto Interpreter 

Rohin Wesal is an Afghan refugee. He studied computer science and is very eager to help all of our Afghan clients. He speaks  Dari, Pashto,  and English fluently.  In our office he helps with translation of documents and serves as an interpreter for our legal team.

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Kimberly Amorim Dearo

Paralegal Junior

A paralegal student at Massachusetts Bay College, she has experience in organizational management and customer services. Kimberly speaks three languages, Portuguese, English and Spanish, Kimberly works in our office providing assistance  regarding affidavit preparation, filling out forms and communicating with clients. She is also responsible for communication with requesting records to the U.S. immigration agencies such as USCIS, CBP, ICE and U.S. Department of State. She is very passionate about the U.S. immigration law and is dedicated to providing the best customer services to our clients. 

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Ana Julia Costa

Legal Secretary

Ana Julia has organizational and communication skills, acquired in her previous experiences, as well as acquired in remote courses, such as: LifeSkills at BYU Pathway Connect and LinguisticSkills at BYU Pathway.

Mrs Costa speaks fluent English and Portuguese. She worked for 2 years at a large company in London, which made her learn and develop her writing and customer service skills.

At Law Offices of Clarissa M. Kalil, PLLC Ana assist clients with the customer relationship treating them with extreme kindness and courtesy.

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Vinicio Remor Zacheu

Legal Intake Specialist

Vinicio has communication and leadership skills as he has served as an instructor and teacher at a large franchise in England. This period of his life gave him a greater desire to help people follow their passions and fight for their rights.

Mr Zacheu is currently enrolled in a BYU University program. He speaks English and Portuguese fluently. At the Law Offices of Clarissa M. Kalil, PLLC Mr. Zacheu helps clients with questionnaires, declarations and form preparation for a variety of immigration reliefs.

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Eduardo Muller

Legal Secretary

Passionate about helping people achieve their goals and dreams, he served as a full-time volunteer for 2 years in Utah, where he developed communication skills, teamwork and empathy.