Raul Gonzalez was born in Mexico and grew up in Colorado before settling in Florida. His first language is Spanish, and he is fluent in English and some conversational Portuguese. Currently, he is a student at the University of Central Florida pursuing a Bachelor’s in Biomedical Sciences with aspirations of a career in Medicine.
At the University of Central Florida, he works as a research assistant in the Department of Psychology, helping with various cognitive and behavioral studies. One of the main projects focuses on posterior search errors (previously called search effect satisfaction studied in the field of radiology) using eye-tracking technology and EEG (electroencephalogram) to record electrical activity in response to stimuli from the eye to the brain. This experience has trained him to pay great attention to detail, which sets him apart in his role as a paralegal for Terra Immigration. Where he performs outstandingly assisting our clients in preparing their cases.
Raul became interested in Immigration law because of his experience as an immigrant. He received DACA for a few years before obtaining his permanent residence. During that process, he learned about how the immigration system works and the importance of lawyers’ work when assisting the immigrant population. For Raul, whether through law or medicine, his passion is the desire to make a difference in other people’s lives. Terra Immigration is lucky to have Raul as part of the team.