|Partner||Zimerman & Carr, P.C.||2002 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Massachusetts Bar Association||Member||2002 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Member||2002 - Present|
|Suffolk University Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2001|
|Stonehill College||Criminal Justice||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1998|
|Brazilian Expo||Immigration Topics||2014|
|Brazilian Expo||Immigration Topics||2013|
Posted by Quinn
Attorney Carr worked through our very complicated case with us. the firms commitment to having someone available to talk too was the most comforting thing. Our son was going to be deported. Attorney Carr fought so hard to keep him here. Andrew is not out of jail and our family is whole again. They aren't miracle workers, but they tried so hard I knew they really cared.
Posted by David
We have worked with Bryan and his office for the past five years on our business visas. We have done H visas with him and been very happy with the results and the fact we can always speak to a real person when we call.
Posted by anonymous
my wife and I were looking for an immigration attorney who could help us with a complicated case. my wife entered the United States with a fake passport. we spoke with a few other attorneys and they told us that there was nothing we could do. Attorney Bryan sat down with us and explained that we may be able to get her a green-card but we would need a waiver. he explained the waiver process and after asking me some questions about my family and my health he thought the case had a high likelihood of success. I got him my medical records and a bunch of other information and we filed for my wife's green-card. it took about a year, but the waiver was approved and my wife got her green-card. we just got back from Brazil where she finally saw her mother again after ten years.