Joseph Caraccio is a U.S. immigration attorney in New York, NY. Joseph Caraccio is a graduate of New York Law School in 2012, where he was the President of the New York Law School Chapter of the Federalist Society. Joseph is licensed to practice law in the State of New York, the District of Columbia and the Department of Justice Executive Office of Immigration Review, and several Federal District and Circuit Courts. He is a member of the New York State Bar Association, American Immigration Lawyers Association, and many local grassroots organizations advocating for immigrant rights and government reform. Prior to attending law school, Joseph lived in Mexico City where he studied Mexican Culture Studies and Conversational Spanish at Universidad Iberoamericana.
Joseph has been practicing immigration law since 2012. His legal practice is focused on helping immigrants obtain legal status in the United States and defending those who face removal (deportation). Most of his current caseload involves the representation of individuals in removal proceedings, Federal Court litigation, and complicated visa matters.
Joseph has also participated on panels at events at law schools in New York City discussing immigration law and twice served as a moot court judge at the International Immigration Law Moot Court Competition at NYU Law School. He was recognized by Thomas Reuters as a Super Lawyer in immigration law in the years of 2017-2021. Martindale-Hubbell recognized him as a Client Champion in 2018-2020, based on the number of five-star reviews and recommendations he received from former clients.