I have come across many foreigners who have difficulty finding people they can trust in the Philippines. As a lawyer, I ensure my clients are protected with appropriate legal documentation that can stand in court. – Katrina Borra, Esq.
Katrina Borra is a graduate of: the Master of Laws (LL.M.) program from New York University School of Law (2014); the Master of Business Administration and Juris Doctor (MBA-JD) joint program from the De La Salle University, Graduate School of Business and Far Eastern University, Institute of Law (2008); and a Bachelor of Arts, Major in Social Sciences, Area Studies (Asia) program from the University of the Philippines (2002).
Katrina Borra began her legal career working in the biggest law firm in the country, Sycip Salazar Hernandez Gatmaitan. She has since acquired an extensive professional network, having worked as in-house counsel for a private corporation and with several government agencies such as the Supreme Court, Office of the President, Food and Drug Administration, Public-Private Partnership Office, and Philippine National Oil Company. She has also liaised extensively with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, the Register of Deeds, and the Bureau of Internal Revenue.
Legal Practice in Spain
Having married a Spanish citizen and now with two children who are dual citizens by birth (Spanish and Filipino passport-holders), Katrina Borra has begun holding office both in Spain and the Philippines and has partnered with trustworthy Spanish immigration lawyer specialists to provide immigration services to fellow Filipinos in Spain.