Immigration attorney Joshua L. Goldstein practices in all areas of immigration and citizenship law on America's East and West coasts. Attorney Goldstein works tirelessly to protect families throughout Massachusetts and California from being destroyed by deportation or removal from the United States. In immigration matters, Attorney Goldstein represents businesses who seek to employ foreign nationals. Joshua Goldstein resolves immigration delays with writ of mandamus lawsuits and appeals the denial of N-400 citizenship and I-485 adjustment of status applications.
- Immigration Law
- Deportation Defense in Immigration Court
- Employment-based immigration
- H-1B visa
- K1, K3 visas
- temporary work visas (H-1B, L1, R1, O1, TN)
- Writ of Mandamus for immgiration delays
Credit Cards Accepted
Master Card and Visa only
- New York
- 1st Circuit
- U.S. Supreme Court
- English: Spoken, Written
- Spanish: Spoken, Written
- Principal Attorney
- Goldstein Immigration Lawyers
- Boston University School of Law
- J.D | Immigration Law
- Honors: Paul J. Liacos Scholar
- Claremont Consortium of Colleges - Claremont McKenna College
- B.A. | History
- New York State Bar  # 3033263
- Boston State Bar
- National Lawyers Guild
- National Immigration Project
- Massachusetts Bar Association
- American Immigration Lawyers Association New England Chapter
- Liaison to Boston Immigration Court
- - Current
- Activities: Serves as immigration litigation liaison to Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR), Immigration Court in Boston, Massachusetts on behalf of the New England Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).
- Immigration Law
- Massachusetts State Bar
- Immigration Law
- New York State Bar
- Los Angeles Immigration Attorney: Joshua L. Goldstein
- Boston Immigration Attorney: Joshua L. Goldstein
- Immigration Blog: Joshua L. Goldstein
- Massachusetts Immigration Reform Bill is Making Progress—But Obstacles Remain
27 July 2020
- Massachusetts Leaders: President Trump’s Latest Immigration Restrictions Will Damage the Commonwealth’s Economy
30 June 2020
- Citing Dangerous Conditions in Mexico, Federal Judge Allows Five Central American Asylum Seekers to Enter the U.S.
22 May 2020
- Los Angeles Immigration Blog: Joshua L. Goldstein
- DHS and ICE Tried to Block a New Netflix Documentary—Film Shows the Banal Horror of the Deportation Bureaucracy
11 August 2020
- USCIS Finalizes Changes: Many Immigration Fees are Increasing
10 August 2020
- California Sues Trump Administration Over Attempt to Exclude Undocumented Immigrants from 2020 Census Count
4 August 2020
- Q. I have an immigration question
- A: Section 204(c) of the Immigration and Nationality Act says that if you tried to get a green card through a fake marriage, then you are barred from obtaining a green card through a subsequent visa petition. There is no waiver. But there may be other limited forms of relief depending on the facts of your case. Consult with a good immigration lawyer!
- Q. I have removal proceedings, would there be any posibility for me to stay in the United States?
- A: Yes! Consult with a good immigration lawyer, who has extensive experience in removal proceedings. You need to see if you have relief from removal. You may qualify for cancellation of removal, adjustment of status, asylum, etc.
- Q. What does this mean?i do not request a redetermination of this custody decision by an immigration judge?
- A: If someone is in jail in the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), often this means that ICE has made an initial custody decision to detain this person without bond. You may request that an Immigration Judge "redetermine" the custody at a bond hearing.