San Francisco Office
KPB Immigration Law Firm
142 Sansome Street, Ste 500
San Francisco, CA 94104
Wilson Purves graduated with honors at the University of Buenos Aires, School of Law, in Argentina. He is admitted to practice law in California and the Federal District of Buenos Aires, Argentina. During law school, Wilson externed for College of Lawyers Legal Clinic providing assistance to victims of domestic violence and began his law career as an in-house counsel for metropolitan transport company in Buenos Aires in the ares of civil litigation and alternative dispute resolution. Mr. Purves has practiced immigration law since 2007 and joined the practice of his now partner Christopher Kerosky soon after. In 2011, Wilson became a partner at Kerosky Purves & Bogue LLP and currently co-manages our San Francisco, Napa, Sacramento, Walnut Creek and San Jose offices. Since 2009, Wilson Purves is an attorney advisor for the Mexican Consulate of San Francisco. Most recently, Wilson Purves has been appointed by the Government of El Salvador to organize weekly legal clinics at their San Francisco Consulate. Wilson is fluent in Spanish and is a regular contributor to Univision, AM1010, AM990, and AM1370.
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.
She graduated from the University of San Francisco School of Law in May 2014 and from Santa Clara University in June 2010 with a Bachelors in both political science and history. Prior to working for KPB, Dorothy was employed with the Asian Law Caucus and also clerked for a Superior Court judge in Santa Clara County. Dorothy speaks English, Vietnamese, and conversational Spanish.
At KPB, Chloe works on removal defense cases including asylum, withholding of removal, protection under CAT, and also cancellation of removal. Chloe also works on Affirmative asylum cases, and USCIS appearances including, Naturalization interviews, and adjustment of status interviews. Chloe is originally from Baltimore, Maryland. Chloe graduated from Santa Clara Law School in May, 2019. Prior to joining KPB, Chloe attended Santa Clara Law where she was a member of the Immigration Clinic, International Human Rights Clinic, and the Northern California Innocence Project. Chloe enjoys working with clients, and assisting them in their immigration matters. Her favorite aspect of KPB is the collaborative environment, and the willingness of everyone to work as a team in order to get the best possible outcomes for their clients. Chloe is admitted to practice law in the state of California.