Paulo Caratori, an Associate Attorney at KPB Immigration Law Firm, holds accreditation from both the California Bar Association and Brazil's Bar Association. He completed his legal studies at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro in 2007 and later earned an LL.M. degree with a double certificate of specialization from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law.
After completing his master's program, Paulo became a legal consultant at KPB in 2018, specializing in waivers and asylum cases. In 2019, he worked with human rights at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland. Currently, at KPB, Paulo's legal practice primarily revolves around USCIS cases, encompassing interview representation, consular processing, naturalization, employment-based immigration, and business immigration matters.
Moreover, he is committed to pro bono work, providing his expertise as a legal translator and interpreter for non-governmental organizations. Paulo is proficient in English, Portuguese, Spanish, and French, ensuring his ability to serve a diverse range of clients effectively.