Joshua is an experienced, knowledgeable, and passionate immigration attorney who is committed to advocating for his clients. As part of the Immigration Law Practice Team, Joshua works closely with companies on strategies for hiring, transferring, and retaining the brightest and best non-U.S. talent for their workforce. Joshua is experienced in non-immigrant visa petitions (H-1B, L-1, E, TN, B-1, O-1, and P), as well as employment-based green card options through PERM Labor Certification, EB-1, EB-2 and EB-3 categories. He also works with individuals on family-based/individual immigration matters.
Joshua has long history of client advocacy, and has worked previously in matters including asylum, U-visas, VAWA petitions, DACA, and TPS. While studying law at Fordham, Joshua served as a clinic intern in the Immigration Rights Clinic, where he worked on deportation and asylum cases in the Legal Aid Society’s Immigration Unit. With the New Americans Campaign, Joshua helped members of underserved communities apply for naturalization, and he assisted refugees apply for lawful permanent residency with the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society. He also represented clients in their fair hearings as a Public Benefits Initiative Advocate for Sanctuary for Families.
As a law student at the University of Glasgow, Joshua volunteered as a Generalist Adviser at Citizens Advice Scotland, where he assisted the public by providing free, confidential, and impartial advice in widely diverse issues, including immigration, employment law, housing, benefits, and debt relief.