The Go-To Law Firm for All of Your Immigration Needs.
Offices located in California, New York, Djibouti and Michigan. Goldberg & Associates, has been serving clients since 2006. The founder of the law firm is Julie A. Goldberg Esq.
The mission of our firm is to provide the best immigration legal services at the most reasonable rates.
Within the specialization of Immigration Law, the firm provides services in the following areas:
1) Family-sponsored petitions;
2) Employment-sponsored petitions – both Non-immigrant and Immigrant in all employment based categories including the entrepreneurial visas;
3) Deportation, Removal and Criminal aliens; and
4) Citizenship and Naturalization.
Our expertise comprises family-based petitions, employment-based petitions, political asylum applications, and immigration litigation proceedings held before administrative agencies and the federal courts. Members of our diverse, multi-cultural staff are also fluent in many languages including Spanish, French, Italian, Arabic, Hebrew, and Japanese.
Aside from pursuing matters at the Immigration Service level, we also take cases to the Administrative Appeals level, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and also to the U.S. District Courts and to the U.S. Courts of Appeal, if necessary.
New York City Office:
5586 Broadway Ave, Third Floor
Bronx, New York 10423
Los Angeles Office:
14370 Ventura Blvd.
Sherman Oaks, California 91423
Marabout Lot N0 549A
Heron, Djibouti, passed the circle big yellow house
Phone: 00 253 77 22 32 58
|President||Goldberg & Associates||2004 - Present|
|Cnn||Lawyer trying to help thousands get to the US||2017|
|Fortune Magazine||Visa Holders Hurry to Board Flights to U.S. Amid Reprieve||2017|
|Slate||Watch Ecstatic Yemeni Immigrants Trapped in Djibouti Get Their Illegally Withheld Visas||2017|
|89.3 KPCC||Federal court in LA orders temporary halt to Trump ban on immigrant visas||2017|
|Slate||“I Just Don’t Believe I’m in New York”||2017|
|The Fresno Bee||Yemeni immigrants with ties to Fresno sue Trump over travel ban||2017|
|89.3 KPCC||Yemenis stuck by travel ban arrive in Los Angeles||2017|
|CBS News||Rush for entry as court denies bid to reinstate travel ban||2017|
|The Washington Times||The Latest: Appeals court will vote on rehearing ban ruling||2017|
|University of La Verne College of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2003|
|University of California, Los Angeles||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1998|
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