Immigration and visa lawyer Joshua Goldstein strives to provide exceptional representation and advocacy in all areas of immigration, visa and citizenship law. From deportation to citizenship, our Boston immigration law office is ready to work tirelessly to help you achieve your immigration goals. Navigating through Immigration Court and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (formerly the INS) is complex and can be overwhelming without an effective immigration lawyer working to help you achieve your goals.
Recently, Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone signed an executive order that barred city police from detaining immigrants based on suspicion of living illegally in the area. Mayor Curtatone said that this move will help in making area communities secure and that it will also help the members of the community in living and working without any kind of fear. Some ofRead more →
Other than abortion, few other issues invite more contentious debate than immigration reform. Our two major political parties constantly spar over the implications of granting a path to citizenship for nearly 11 million or so undocumented aliens in our country, believing that to do so rewards illegal conduct and merely invites more people to break the law. Other arguments areRead more →
Many people want to get a Green Card in the US, and they go to great lengths to do so. This often includes getting into a sham marriage, or, as it is known in legal terms, committing marriage fraud. While it seems like an easy way to get a Green Card, it can land both parties in hot water, asRead more →
Under the immigration law in the Boston area, deportation has become a threat for skilled labor and entrepreneurs that want to add to the community with their abilities and hard-work. For entrepreneurs who are in the US without the appropriate paperwork, starting a business can be difficult and, at times, almost impossible. To obtain the necessary permits and government permissions,Read more →
Recently, a peaceful protest was held outside Suffolk County House of Corrections by national anti-deportation campaign, Not One More. Around 150-200 protesters gathered outside the House of Corrections to protest against the immigration law and government’s deportation policies. The protest was held in a peaceful manner as protesters stood in front of the facility’s doors, locked arms, and didn’t moveRead more →