Immigration paralegal Bella Shraiman joined the Goldstein Immigration Lawyers in the fall of 2016.
Bella graduated from McGill University in Montreal, Canada in 2016 with a Joint Honors Bachelor of the Arts in Political Science and History, with a double minor in Italian and Hispanic Languages. Bella’s interest in immigration law and migration policy comes from hearing the personal stories of her father and other family members who came to the US as refugees.
While at university, Bella studied in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she interned for CRIES – La Coordinadora Regional de las Investigaciones Económicas y Sociales – a regional network of think tanks and NGOs which studies economic and social development in Latin America and the Caribbean. Bella has also worked for SLASummit – an award-winning social entrepreneurship conference – and as Managing Editor of the McGill International Review, a student-run journal of international affairs.
Bella is fluent in Spanish and French.
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