MEET OUR STAFF

Christine Tarquinio has been the office administrator at Pampanin Law Offices since 2007. Christine is responsible for monitoring clients’ immigration status and contacting clients to renew their visas. She manages client billing and organizes client files. Christine assists in the filing of family-based cases, including green card applications, I-751 petitions, and other immigrant cases, such as renewal of work authorization, travel permission and Naturalization applications.

Christine graduated from Suffolk University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminology and Law and a minor in Psychology in 2008. Christine previously lived in Central Italy and is also fluent in Brazilian Portuguese.
 

 
Laura Morais joined Pampanin Law Offices in November 2012 as a paralegal. Her work primarily involves assisting the attorneys with the preparation of family-based and employment-based cases, including H-1B petitions, PERM labor certifications, and green card applications. Prior to joining our office, Laura worked as a paralegal for another business immigration law firm.

Laura graduated from Wellesley College with a Bachelor of Arts in Russian Area Studies in 2008. After graduation, she spent time traveling in Central Asia before returning to the Boston area.
 

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Jack Norcross became a paralegal at Pampanin Law Offices in June of 2013, after interning since December of 2012.  His work focuses on the preparation of family-based and employment-based cases, including H-1B and EB-1 petitions, PERM labor certifications, and green card applications with the attorneys.  

 

Jack graduated summa cum laude from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in May of 2012 with a dual Bachelor of Arts in Classics and Psychology, accompanied by a minor in Philosophy.  While in school, Jack spent a semester studying Latin and Greek in Rome.  After graduating, he has worked extensively with children facing developmental challenges in addition to his employment as a paralegal.

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Wilaene Gonzalez joined Pampanin Law Offices in March 2014. Her work primarily involves assisting the attorneys with the preparation of family-based and employment-based cases, including H-1B petitions, PERM labor certifications, and green card applications.

Wilaene graduated cum laude from Boston University with a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations in January 2014. While in school, Wilaene spent a semester studying International Law and French in Geneva, Switzerland. After graduation, in addition to her employment as a paralegal, she also teaches English Family Literacy to adults in Chelsea, MA.