Our Writers: Juan Berkowsky
- Editor specializing in U.S. immigration law.
- Advanced student of Philosophy at the University of Buenos Aires.
- Multicultural and trilingual approach (English, Italian and Spanish).
- Communication specialist for networks and digital media.
Training and Experience
Juan Berkowsky is a professional in the creation of content for the Latin American market. His career began early on during his middle school education, where he worked as a news writer for multiple podcasts and independent media outlets. Since then, he has specialized as a Copywriter in the field of U.S. immigration law.
Currently, Juan analyzes and compiles reliable and accurate information for Urbina Immigration Law, with the objective of helping the Latino immigrant community become informed and keep up to date with the latest immigration news, providing them with reliable and easily understandable informational content.
His goal is to help people through knowledge, giving them the tools they need to make informed decisions, working with dedication and honesty so that those seeking a better life in the United States can achieve their goals in the sometimes tough immigration process.
Juan is an advanced student of Philosophy at the University of Buenos Aires, majoring in Political Philosophy. He has presented papers in national congresses, published translations and seminars given at this institution, actively participating in multiple academic projects within the Chair of Medieval Philosophy at the university.
He attended Scholem Aleijem High School, where he obtained his bilingual high school diploma with a major in communication. There he acquired training and experience in the field of journalistic dissemination, acquiring strategic skills for the generation of high quality news content.
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