Claudio was born in Rome, Italy and brought up between San Juan, Puerto Rico and Alliance, Ohio. He ran a solo practice in Puerto Rico prior to being commissioned as a Captain in the United State’s Army JAG Corps. While serving as an army lawyer, Claudio was placed in charge of legal affairs at Fort Detrick in Frederick, Maryland. After Fort Detrick, Claudio went on to the appellate division of the United States Army Legal Services Agency in Arlington, Virginia. While at USALSA, Claudio successfully argued the first case where the United States Court for Military Appeals (now the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces) recognized the “Priest-Penitent Privilege”. After being honorably discharged, Claudio continued working for the Department of the Army as a civilian Attorney-Advisor.
After a long and successful career with the government, Claudio retired in 2012. He began working for the law office in 2014, focusing exclusively on Immigration cases. Claudio has successfully handled dozens of challenging immigration applications and procedures. Thanks to his exclusive focus on immigration law, Claudio is able to dedicate extraordinary time and attention to his clients. Claudio is fluent in Spanish and Italian.
District of Columbia Bar
Puerto Rico Bar (Retired)
United States Supreme Court Bar