Paul Goldstein is an Attorney in the firm’s Fort Lauderdale office and oversees Immigration Law Practice.
As an experienced immigration lawyer, Paul focuses his practice on the complex immigration and naturalization laws of the United States. He represents individuals with nationality law issues and immigration matters including Green Cards/Adjustment of Status, Consular Processing Immigrant Visas, Naturalization and Citizenship, Fiancé Visa (K-1; K-3), Temporary Protected Status (TPS), Criminal matters affecting Immigration Status and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
Prior to joining the firm, Paul worked as a solo practitioner and Managing Partner of a boutique law firm devoted exclusively to helping people immigrate to the U.S.
Kelley Kronenberg Attorney of Counsel to Assist Unaccompanied Minors Going Before the Miami Immigration Court
August 14, 2014
Kelley Kronenberg Immigration Attorney is volunteering his time to assist with the unaccompanied minor crisis taking place at the southern border.
The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) announced that through September 12, 2014, the Miami Immigration Court has assigned three judges to hear 150 cases per day. The AILA has called upon its members to lend their expertise by serving as “friend of the court” and assist with the hearings. Responsibilities include completing intake, asking the court for continuances, completing change of address forms and orienting the children and their sponsors on court processes. Mr. Goldstein, who has been a member of the AILA since 2004, has graciously volunteered his time to assist with the hearings.
AILA attorneys throughout the country are traveling to the southwest region of the United States to represent unaccompanied minors at detention centers and help them receive due process in their court proceedings. A crisis is happening and the immigration bar is coming together nationally to help.