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Firm Overview

Paul D. Goldstein, PA is an experienced immigration and nationality law firm in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Our firm represents individuals and businesses with immigration concerns, such as:

-Green Cards/ Adjustment of Status
-Naturalization and Citizenship
-Deportation defense and relief from removal
-Change of status
-Criminal matters affecting Immigration status
-Employment-related visas
-I-9 employment verification and eligibility
-Asylum in the USA
E-1/E-2 Treaty Trader/ Treaty Investor Visas

Our location in Fort Lauderdale allows us to easily serve clients in the Greater Miami, Palm Beach and Broward County areas, but we also take cases throughout the Sunshine State.

Providing answers to your nationality law questions

You can use our legal expertise to your benefit. We enjoy helping our clients. We guide you through the complex immigration and naturalization laws of the United States. Attorney Paul D. Goldstein has been practicing law for 30 years. The first 20 years were focused on helping injured people, but Paul felt a calling to aid those trying to remain in or come to the United States to study,work, conduct business and live happy, fruitful lives. For the last 10 years Paul's work has been devoted exclusively to helping people immigrate to the U.S.

Experience, dedication, and personal service

When you contact Paul Goldstein, you will speak with him directly. He meets with each client and gives an informed opinion on each case. Paul and his team devise a strategic game plan for legal action to get you ready for life in the United States. Paul is a skilled attorney with a sharp focus on nationality law. As a committed member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Paul stays on top of immigration and naturalization news and regulations. For legal help with your visas, citizenship status, and employment in the US, contact us.

Main Office

Main Office
8201 Peters Road, Suite 4000
Plantation  FL  33324

Phone
  • 954-782-6111
Immigration Law
Immigration and Nationality Law
Immigration law is one of the most complex branches of law in the United States. The policies, regulations, nuances, and constantly changing political climate make it difficult to seek and attain the proper visa and immigration status or other citizenship qualification for you.

Service-oriented legal representation

At Paul D. Goldstein, PA we represent individuals and businesses throughout Florida and the United States for all their immigration and nationality law needs. Our experience in navigating through the complex federal regulations and codes serves our clients well. We provide unparalleled legal counsel in cases regarding:

-Employment immigration
-Immigration appeals
-Asylum claims
-Labor certification
-Temporary work visas
-Consular visa processing
-Fiance and marriage visas
-Family based immigration
-Waivers of inadmissibility
-Naturalization and Citizenship
-Asylum
-Relief from removal
-Deportation and removal defense
-Complicated immigration appeals
-Family-based and employment-based adjustment of status and change of status matters
-Non-immigrant visas
-E-1/E-2 Treaty Trader/ Treaty Investor Visas

Companies utilize our immigration savvy to secure -appropriate work- and employment-related visas for the people who work for them. Much of our recent caseload involves helping people from other nations establish subsidiary offices in the United States.

Deciding the best legal strategy for you

When you visit our Pompano Beach office for your immigration issues, Mr. Goldstein meets with you to discuss your unique situation and choose the best course of action. There are two types of visas available: immigrant and non-immigrant. Those with immigrant visas may stay permanently in the United States. Non-immigrant visa holders are usually issued to tourists, students, and temporary business workers.

Few of these visas allow a visitor to work in the United States, so it is best to consult with an immigration attorney to find the right visa status to meet your needs.

Why you need a good nationality lawyer

Asking government and federal agencies for immigration information sounds like a good idea. These agencies, such as the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, provide general facts about immigration policy, but they do not give you the individualized attention you need. Paul Goldstein uses his wealth of immigration knowledge to provide effective legal counsel tailored to your specific situation. At our law firm, we stand by our word and do right by our clients.

For personalized attention to your case, contact attorney Paul D. Goldstein today.

Paul Goldstein

Practice Areas

-Removal cases before EOIR (Executive Office for Immigration Review) Including deportation and removal defense; Asylum claims; -Withholding of removal claims;
-Waivers of inadmissibility
-Complicated immigration appellate matters
-Labor certification
-Temporary work visas
-Family-based and employment-based adjustment of status and -change of status matters
-Fiance and marriage visas
-Naturalization and Citizenship
-Consular visa processing
-Non-immigrant visas
-Employment immigration
-Business investors
-E-1/E-2 Treaty Trader/ Treaty Investor Visas

Admitted
-1983, Florida
-1988, Texas (Inactive)

Education
-St. John's University, BS, 1978
-Nova Southeastern University, JD, 1983

Member
-The Florida State Bar
-American Immigration Lawyers Association
-Of Counsel Kelley, Kronenberg,Gilmartin, Fichtel, Wander, Bamdas, Eskalyo & Dunbrack P.A.

Born New York, New York, September 7, 1954
Education
  • Nova Southeastern University
    Juris Doctorate

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