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.

USCIS Boston District Office is moving from the JFK Federal Building to South Boston

It’s official for immigration lawyers in Boston: the Boston Globe is reporting that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will be moving from the JFK Federal Building to South Boston. More precisely, the immigration office will be at 5 Channel Center, a building in the Fort Point Channel area of South Boston that used to be artist studios. The move will take place in 2012.

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How to get Italian citizenship and other immigration questions that I have no idea how to answer

I consider myself to be an effective immigration lawyer. Want a green card? I can show you the options and assess your chances. Have some complicated legal issues but still interested in applying for naturalization to be a U.S. citizen? Or do you need an attorney to represent you in Immigration Court? I can help.

But, as I’m an immigration lawyer in Boston, sometimes I get downright stumped. Here are some frequently asked questions that I have no idea how to answer:

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If you use an immigration lawyer, will USCIS suspect that something is wrong with your immigration case?

Green Card Lawyer Boston

At a meeting in my immigration law office in Boston, a potential client recently asked me this question:

I’m interested in hiring an immigration lawyer to prepare my green card case. But is it risky to use an immigration lawyer? I’m concerned that if USCIS sees that I have an immigration lawyer, the immigration officer might get suspicious. By using an immigration lawyer, perhaps the officer will presume that my case has some problem or issue.

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Boston Immigration Court and USCIS Boston–closed because of snow

Boston Deportation Lawyer

Immigration lawyers in Boston like me might be in the office but snow is closing Immigration. Specifically, USCIS Boston District Offices and the USCIS Offices in Lawrence, Massachusetts, Bedford, New Hampshire and Johnston (Providence), Rhode Island and Portland, Maine have canceled interviews and InfoPass appointments for tomorrow (February 2, 2011) due to snow and bad weather

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Boston Immigration Court delays opening because of snow

Boston Deportation Defense Lawyer News

Immigration lawyers in Boston have received notice that, because of anticipated snow emergency, Boston Immigration Court will delay opening the court until 10:00AM on January 27, 2011. Anyone who has a hearing in Immigration Court should report at that time to determine the status of their immigration case.

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