*Practice limited to federal immigration law. Licensed in NY, MA, but not in CA.

Tag Archives: California

What is the L.A. Justice Fund?

In December of 2016, with the beginning of the Trump presidency less than a month away, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced the creation of a $10 million fund to provide legal support and assistance to undocumented immigrants facing deportation hearings. The L.A. Justice Fund is modelled after other similar funds that already exist in... READ MORE

Bill SB 54 and What it Means for Immigrants

With the election and then subsequent inauguration of President Donald Trump, there has been considerable unease in the immigrant community. President Trump’s offensive remarks towards immigrants, combined with his anti-immigrant policy proposals, have led to calls for action from immigrant rights groups. In California, Senate Bill 54, which is currently working its way through the... READ MORE

10 Free Places to Visit in Los Angeles

If you are looking for free things to do with your family, Southern California provides a seemingly endless amount of attractions and opportunities. Here, we have provided a list of ten of our favorite free places to visit in the Los Angeles region.   Griffith Observatory and Griffith Park: Griffith Observatory provides incredible views of... READ MORE

Survey Results: 62.7 Percent of Legal Immigrants in California Disagree with Stricter Immigration

The travel ban that was recently implemented by President Trump has created widespread panic across the United States. In California, which is the home to millions of undocumented immigrants and green card holders, fear and anger are nearly-tangible sentiments. As a lawyer and advocate for immigrants from all backgrounds, Joshua L. Goldstein understands what you’re... READ MORE

Popular States to Move to if You are Immigrating to the United States

The United States is the most popular destination in the world for immigrants. According to data provided by the Migration Policy Institute (MPI), approximately 1.3 million foreign born individuals moved to the U.S. in the year 2014 alone. People come to the U.S. from all over the planet for a wide variety of different reasons.... READ MORE