Boston Immigration Law Blog

Selecting a Los Angeles Immigration Attorney

Written by Josh Goldstein on April 26, 2016

When you are going through the process of becoming an American citizen, there are many legal quandaries you might find yourself facing. Make these issues easier to tackle by working with an experienced immigration attorney. But you might feel overwhelmed when choosing an attorney amid the seemingly endless…Read More

How to Prepare your Fiancee Visa Online

Written by Josh Goldstein on April 21, 2016

With the advent of online dating, it has become more common than ever to fall in love with somebody who lives in another country. After traveling across the world to get to know each other better, you might reach the point of deciding that you want to spend…Read More

Academic and Student Visas in Los Angeles

Written by Josh Goldstein on April 14, 2016

The United States has some of the best colleges and universities in the world. The University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), Stanford University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and the Ivy League institutions on the East Coast all draw students and academics from around the world with their…Read More

Types of Visas Available to Immigrants in Los Angeles

Written by Josh Goldstein on April 7, 2016

There are many different types of visa available to individuals who are considering emigrating to the United States. If you are considering making this move, it is important that you apply for the correct visa for your circumstance. Otherwise, you can face problems entering and remaining in the United States.

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Credit Building Tips for Los Angeles Residents

Written by Josh Goldstein on March 22, 2016

Whether you are a recent immigrant to the United States or you have been here for a long time, you can take steps to build positive credit. Having a high credit score will help you with your financial decisions in the future, whether you need to take out a loan…Read More

How to Succeed in Los Angeles: Tips for Latinos

Written by Josh Goldstein on March 7, 2016

Moving to a new country is a significant milestone in your life. After working through the complicated processes of getting your paperwork in order, starting a job, and finding a house or apartment, you will likely find yourself still dealing with the struggles of assimilating to a new…Read More

2016: The Year Ahead in Immigration Law

Written by Josh Goldstein on February 16, 2016

Presidential Election

We’re in an election year and this election will have a big impact on immigration policy. The presidential campaigns are already going strong, and they’ve been pretty unusual and unpredictable so far.

On the Republican side, immigration has become a central issue in their campaigns. A…Read More

Five Resume Tips for U.S. Immigrants

Written by Josh Goldstein on February 16, 2016

One of the first things you will probably do once you are in the United States is look for work. The job search process differs from country to country and once you begin your search in the United States, you might find that you are not receiving calls…Read More