When it comes to immigration, Frieda Goldstein fights for her clients as if they are her friends, and in many cases, they become just that – and it’s not hard to see why. She might be a fierce fighter for those seeking asylum and other immigration services, but she is also a family oriented attorney who brings compassion to each of her cases.
As the child of immigrant parents with a mother from Poland and a father from Italy, Frieda was attracted to the field of immigration when she first entered law school. Her passion and persistence paid off, and she worked for an immigration clerk in New York and later on in Miami, while attending school full time. Growing up in Weehawken, New Jersey, just outside of New York City, Frieda the immigration fighter was exposed to various cultures and all the people who make the city what it is. She now has her own clients from all over the world and said “I meet people from everywhere and learn something new every day!”
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