San Francisco Office
KPB Immigration Law Firm
785 Market Street, 15th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103
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. He previously worked as an in-house counsel for Metropolitan Transport Company in Buenos Aires as well. Most recently he has practiced law in the areas of business and immigration law. He started working at Kerosky Purves & Bogue in 2008 and became a partner in 2011. Since 2009, Wilson Purves is an attorney advisor for the Mexican Consulate of San Francisco. Wilson is fluent in Spanish and English.
Candela Nogueira is an Associate Attorney at Kerosky, Purves & Bogue LLP. She was born and raised in Argentina, where she graduated with honors at Universidad de Buenos Aires School of Law. Before moving to the United States, she worked at two boutique law firms specializing in family law and torts, and she was an in-house counsel for a multinational corporation in Argentina, advising in labor issues and contracts law. Candela moved to Chicago in 2010, where she volunteered at the Chicago Legal Clinic providing low-cost legal services to the community. She became interested in Immigration Law while pursuing her Paralegal Studies at San Francisco State University. She interned for the International Institute of the Bay Area and became the DACA program coordinator. She also volunteered for the Refugee and Immigrant services at Catholic Charities CYO. Candela is admitted to practice law in California and in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is a native Spanish speaker, fluent in English and has a knowledge of French.
Priscilla Higuera is an Associate Attorney at Kerosky, Purves & Bogue LLP. She graduated from California Western School of Law. During law school, Ms. Salgado was one of only twelve students selected to work as a clinical intern for the California Innocence Project, a non-profit organization which investigates claims of innocence and works to exonerate those who are wrongfully convicted. Her interest in immigration law began when she interned for the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program working in their Special Immigrant Juvenile Status program. Prior to joining Kerosky, Purves & Bogue, Ms. Salgado practiced law for a non-profit organization specializing in providing representation to San Francisco residents diagnosed with HIV/AIDS or mental illness. Ms. Salgado is admitted to practice law in California and is fluent in English and Spanish.