Los Angeles (Downtown) Office

KPB Immigration Law Firm

Los Angeles

633 West 5th Street, 26th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90071

(213) 277-8177

Miguel Martinez, Immigration Lawyer, Beverly Hills, CA

Miguel Martinez, Esq

Miguel Martínez was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He graduated with honors from the University of Puerto Rico obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing. In 2013, Miguel enrolled in the Interamerican School of Law in San Juan. While working full time, Miguel graduated in 2017 with honors and obtained a Tax Law internship in GT&A, LLC. Shortly after graduation, Miguel passed the Puerto Rico bar examinations and moved to California. Miguel joined the International Institute of the Bay Area, a nonprofit organization which offers gratuitous to low-cost services to immigrants. During his tenure with IIBA, Miguel specialized in U- Visa and VAWA cases. Before joining KBP, Miguel worked with the Law Offices of Beles & Beles in Oakland, CA where he expanded his scope of representation to all matters related to Family-Based Immigration and Removal Defense. Miguel focused primarily on the convergence between criminal and immigration issues. From his previous undertakings, Miguel has acquired valuable experience litigating in Immigration Court and also structuring a wide-range of affirmative immigration petitions. Miguel is fully bilingual in English and Spanish.

Eleonora C. Mazza

Eleonora C. Mazza

Eleonora C. Mazza is a case manager with Kerosky Purves & Bogue. Eleonora has over 11 years of experience working as an immigration paralegal. She is a Brazilian attorney graduated from the Centro Universitario das Faculdades Metropolitanas Unidas, in São Paulo, Brazil. Eleonora is fluent in Portuguese, English and conversant Spanish.

How to get to "KPB Immigration Law Firm" Los Angeles (Downtown) office:

The Los Angeles US Bank Tower business center is located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles in the premier Class A glass and stone building. At 1017 feet, it is the tallest building west of Chicago and east of Hong Kong, and perhaps symbolized the final rung in Los Angeles' climb toward world city status. Over 73 stories tall, it has sweeping 360-degree views of the city.

Driving Directions:

I-10 E/Santa Monica Fwy to 110 N Fwy. Exit toward All Downtown Exits; Exit 4th Street, continue to 4th Street; Turn right onto S. Hope St., S. Hope St. becomes Hope Place; Arrive at 633 W. 5th Street parking entrance (Hope Place).

From I-10 W Take I-10 W and take exit 13 to L.A. Live Way; Continue to 4th St.; Drive to S. Hope St.; Arrive at 633 W. 5th Street parking entrance (Hope Place).

From 110 Freeway: 110 to W. 4th Street; Take the 6th/9th St. exit; Drive to S. Hope St; Arrive at 633 W. 5th Street parking entrance (Hope Place).

From 101 Freeway Take the Interstate 110 S exit from CA-110; Continue to W. 4th St.; Drive to S. Hope St.; Arrive at 633 W. 5th Street parking entrance (Hope Place).

Parking Instructions:

US Bank Tower Subterranean Lot (1st Option)

Hope Place Los Angeles, CA 90071

• Each 10 minutes: $3.50

• Full Weekday Max: $35.00

City National Plaza Parking (2nd Option)

Hope Street, Los Angeles CA 90071

• Each 10 minutes: $3.75

• Full Weekday Max: $39.00