The United States’ immigration laws are complex, to say the least. Because the issue of immigration has become so politicized, the laws and regulations concerning immigration and how immigration policies are implemented can change with little notice. As a result, individuals who are potentially impacted by immigration laws have more questions than answers.
If you or a loved one has questions about the immigration process, obtaining a visa, lawful permanent resident status, or citizenship, contact the Goldstein Immigration Lawyers right away for experienced counsel and advocacy. We serve clients in the Los Angeles area as well as surrounding communities. You can reach our office at (213) 262-2000 or by contacting our office online.
There are a number of laws, regulations, and administrative interpretations that collectively comprise the body of the U.S.’s immigration laws. The main statute governing immigration is the Immigration Nationality Act (INA). The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ webpage provides links to the INA as well as to regulations and administrative rules relevant to immigration law.