Bernardo Gonzalez

Bernardo Gonzalez received his Bachelor of Arts degree in International Studies from Texas A&M University in 2014 and his Master’s degree in Advance European and International Studies from the Centre International de Formation Européenne (CIFE) in 2015.
He was born in Del Rio, Texas and attended school in both in Texas and Mexico City, Mexico. After he completed his undergraduate studies in Texas A&M, he continued with a trilingual Master’s program with CIFE. During his Master’s, he was able to study and learn about immigration and the refugee process in Europe. His thesis focused on the development of the US-UN Relationship between the President Bill Clinton and the President George W. Bush Administration.
He is extremely excited to work with his clients to help them through the immigration process in the United States.

Education

Texas A&M
College Station, Texas
B.A. 2014,
Major: International Studies
Minor: French, German

Centre International de Formation Européenne
Nice, France and Berlin, Germany
M.A. 2015
Degree: Master’s in Advance European and International Studies.