KPB Immigration Law Firm


Walnut Creek

1801 Oakland Blvd, Suite 220
Walnut Creek, CA 94596

(925) 222 5074

Free Parking for our clients at this location

Wilson Purves, Immigration Lawyer, Walnut Creek CA

Wilson Purves

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.

Caroline Keating, Immigration Attorney, Walnut Creek CA

Caroline Keating

Caroline Keating is an Associate Attorney at Kerosky, Purves & Bogue LLP. Before joining Kerosky Purves & Bogue, Ms. Keating worked for nearly four years at the International Institute of the Bay Area, where she filed applications for U visas, VAWA self-petitions, DACA, family-based petitions, waivers, consular processing, adjustments of status, extensions of status, and naturalization. She clerked for the Honorable Aida Delgado-Colon of the United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico. Ms. Keating earned a B.A. from New York University, a dual M.A. from the University of Texas at Austin, and a J.D. from the University of Nebraska. She is on the Advisory Council of the American Immigration Lawyers Association’s Northern California Chapter. Ms. Keating is admitted to practice law in her home state of Nebraska and is fluent in English and Spanish.