Patricia was born and raised in Venezuela. She earned her Bachelor of Laws Degree (LL. B) from Andrés Bello Catholic University (Caracas-Venezuela) with a full scholarship in 2008 and graduated as Cum Laude in her Master of Laws (LL.M) from Georgia State University, College of Law in 2018. She is both an attorney in Venezuela and in the United States where she is a bar member of the State of New York.
Bachelor of Laws Degree (LL. B) from Andrés Bello Catholic University (Caracas-Venezuela)
Specialization in Intellectual Property from Metropolitana University in Caracas
Master of Laws (LL.M) from Georgia State University, College of Law.
Venezuelan Bar Association
New York Bar Association
Georgia Hispanic Association
American Immigration Lawyers Association
Prior to relocating to the United States of America, Patricia pursued a specialization in Intellectual Property and earned her Degree from Metropolitana University in Caracas where she received a special honor for her thesis in “Compulsory Licenses and Expropriation of Patents in Venezuelan Law”. She acted as general attorney for the federal agency equivalent to the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and U.S. Customs agencies in Venezuela, worked for one of the top Law Firms in Caracas- Venezuela, Torres, Plaz & Araujo, and started her own Law Practice. In addition, she was a professor of law in legal English at Andrés Bello Catholic University (Caracas-Venezuela) and wrote legal articles for legal magazines, such as Red de Revistas Científicas de América Latina, el Caribe, España y Portugal (redalyc).
She immigrated to the United States in 2015, and during her Master of Laws (LL.M), Patricia worked at Skava (an Infosys Company) and supported Executives in various subjects including, researching, preparing, and filing business visas and advising about travel requirements to foreign countries. Directly liaised with Embassies and Consulates on behalf of the organization. Recently, Patricia was living in Singapore and worked as a volunteer at the Law Society Pro Bono Service of Singapore. She was relocated to the United States in 2021 and started to work in Immigration.
Patricia joins us from The Fogle Law Firm where she worked as immigration paralegal and handled removal proceedings cases, family-based petitions, consular proceedings, waivers, and U-visas. As an immigrant, Patricia understands the daily struggle of our clients and focuses in providing a top service.
Patricia supports the immigrant community in different ways. She has volunteered as a Spanish Interpreter for the Good Samaritan Health Center of Gwinnet where she assisted doctors in translations, and she is also a member of the Georgia Hispanic Bar Association. In her free time, she likes to spend time with her family and travel around the world. She also practices aerial arts and sky dance.
Patricia is Bilingual in English and Spanish with basic knowledge of Portuguese.
Special Honor’s Thesis in “Compulsory Licenses and Expropriation of Patents in Venezuelan Law”
Singapore Law Society Pro-Bono Services Volunteer Recognition