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   Goldstein Immigration Lawyers It’s Josh. I wanted to let you know that I’m okay. I’m here in Los Angeles, and we are on lockdown. A shelter-in-place order has been issued and we’re at home. I’m here with my family, my wife and kids, and everybody is healthy. Everybody’s safe. We have food, and... READ MORE

Understanding Immigration Law: What is an Adjustment of Status?

As defined by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), adjustment of status is the process through which an immigrant can apply for a green card (permanent residence) while holding a valid non-immigrant visa. If you are eligible, you can adjust your status without returning to your native country. Here, our immigration attorney in Los... READ MORE

Los Angeles Times: COVID-19 Outbreak Poses Huge Threats to Our “Overloaded” Immigration System

On March 18th, 2020, the Los Angeles Times published an important piece detailing how the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak is already adversely affecting our strained immigration system. Immigration judges and immigrant rights advocates are pleading with the federal government for both assistance and clarity—but, thus far, the response has been very limited. Here, our immigration attorney... READ MORE

Lawsuit: U.S. Government Should Release Elderly and Vulnerable Immigrants at Highest Coronavirus (COVID-19) Risk

Over the last two months, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has swept across the entire world. It is an incredibly dangerous virus, and the outbreak has led to the cancellation of virtually every large event in the country and has resulted in California closing its bars and restaurants. Governor Gavin Newsom has also called for residents 65... READ MORE

The Trump Administration Has Created a DOJ Section Dedicated to the “Denaturalization” of Immigrants

Naturalization is the legal process through which a foreign born immigrant can obtain American citizenship. While you may be familiar with naturalization, you may not have heard the term “denaturalization”—at least not until very recently. Last month, President Trump’s Department of Justice (DOJ) announced the creation of a brand new section dedicated solely to investigating... READ MORE