Immigration Lawyers LA



Our Los Angeles law firm is home to the following immigration specialists:

Joshua L. Goldstein, Esq.
Los Angeles Immigration Lawyer

As the founding partner of the Goldstein Immigration Lawyers, Joshua has a track record of winning even the most complicated immigration cases, including O and P visas for musicians, athletes and many other high-maintenance clients. He also specializes in deportation defense, citizenship, green cards through marriage, and employment-based immigration. He has been voted as a Superb Lawyer in Southern California, the highest designation by the AVVO lawyer directory.

Eric C. Averion, Esq.
Boston Immigration Lawyer

As a naturalized U.S. citizen from the Philippines, Eric understands the difficulties of the immigration process and works tirelessly to help clients resolve their immigration woes. Voted by his peers as a Super Lawyer, he has assisted with two successful cancellations of removal cases for Cambodia and Liberia clients with the Boston College Immigration and Asylum Project.

Megan Parker-Johnson
Boston Associate Immigration Lawyer

Megan developed her passion for immigration law during her time as a legal and research assistant at the Ecuadorian law firm of Paz Horowitz, and an immigration paralegal at a Boston immigration law firm. A member of many high-standing law organizations, including pro bono, she has successfully represented detained immigrant mothers and children at the Family Detention Facility in Dilley, TX.

Jacqueline Baker
Boston Immigration Paralegal

Jacqueline became interested in immigration law through her studies of American history and Latin America at Wellesley College. She has also helped teach English classes to immigrants in Cordoba, Spain, and interned at Jewish Vocational Services in Boston with the Refugee Services Department.

Angelica Silva
Boston Immigration Paralegal

As the daughter of Mexican immigrants, and an immigrant herself, Angelica has always been interested in immigration law. She has also worked as a Student Translator at Greater Boston Legal Services, as well as an ESL Assistant Teacher for individuals working to acquire citizenship.

Bella Shraiman
Boston Immigration Paralegal

Bella has been interested in immigration law and migration policy since hearing the stories of her father and other family members about arriving in the U.S. as refugees. She has worked for CRIES, a regional organization in Buenos Aires, Argentina that studies economic and social development in Latin America, as well as for SLASummit – an award-winning social entrepreneurship conference.

When you seek top quality legal assistance from a law firm in Los Angeles, look no further than the Goldstein Immigration Lawyers. Simply call (213) 262-2000 or receive a consultation by emailing us at the Los Angeles immigration law office. Your needs will be served by an experienced immigration lawyer who is fully committed to your success.

Ariel Reed
Los Angeles Immigration Intake Specialist

What sparked your interest in helping immigrants, their families, the businesses that hire them, and so on?

Coming from a family of immigrants, I have always been driven to help families and communities like that of my own. My mother and her sisters immigrated from the Philippines back in the 70’s and have continued to pursue their American dream since then. I’ve watched as my family has constantly remained resilient in the face of adversity and I strive to embody that same mindset of resilience in helping the immigrants who walk through our front doors.