Jeff Goldman Establishes New Immigration Law Practice in Boston and New York

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Veteran Immigration Attorney seeks to bring jobs to the U.S. through foreign national entrepreneurs.

Jeff Goldman, who managed the immigration law practice for the past eleven years at two AMLaw 100 firms—Mintz Levin and Testa, Hurwitz & Thibeault—today announced the opening of his new law offices, Law Offices of Jeff Goldman LLP, in Boston and New York. Attorney Goldman practices exclusively in business immigration matters.

“Opening my own business immigration law firm permits me to spend more time focused on serving clients directly, and to charge fees commensurate with small firms. It is good business practice and common sense for my clients” said Goldman.

Goldman is a nationally recognized expert in several niches within immigration law, including representing start-up companies and foreign entrepreneurs involved in business and/or science. He is particularly excited that this past August, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) stated it intends to make the National Interest Waiver (NIW) more welcoming toward entrepreneurs who create jobs in the U.S. Goldman believes the present climate at USCIS is particularly good for foreign national entrepreneurs who have made some impact by creating jobs in the U.S. in the past and an ability to document prospective benefits through more job creation in the future.

The Law Offices of Jeff Goldman LLP are positioned to advise start-up software companies, mid-size businesses and fortune-500 multinational corporations to solve both complex and routine immigration matters. The practice has vast experience representing companies and individuals for business immigration matters including but not limited to green cards for high level athletes, scientists, businesspeople, investors, and entrepreneurs; and non-immigrant work visas for companies employing workers in specialized fields.

About Jeff Goldman
Goldman, as a Partner, provided strategic immigration counsel at Mintz Levin from June, 2005 – June, 2011. Prior to his role at Mintz Levin, Goldman managed the immigration law section at Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault. Goldman is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and has served as chair of the New England chapter. Goldman received the 2003 “Pro Bono Attorney of the Year” award from the Political Asylum/Immigrant Representation Project in Boston. Goldman holds a bachelor’s degree from Brown University and a Juris Doctor from Boston University School of Law.


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