Yan Goldshteyn is the principal attorney of the Maven Law Firm and a distinguished leader in immigration law. With five years of experience, Mr. Goldshteyn is based in Beverly Hills, California, where his practice encompasses all immigration matters with a particular focus on business immigration. Known for providing personalized service with attention to detail and quality, he has been recognized in the Super Lawyers® list of Rising Stars.
As he tells it, Mr. Goldshteyn’s decision to go into law stemmed from his desire to help people:
As an attorney, you can make a difference in people’s lives. That’s what motivated me because I wanted to be there for those that don’t have a voice in their time of need.
Since earning his Juris Doctor from Western College of Law in 2010, Mr. Goldshteyn has helped countless individuals throughout the Los Angeles area and beyond with a broad range of legal issues. Though he has practiced in fields ranging from criminal law to corporate law, he has cultivated his niche in immigration matters such as preparing and processing applications for visas, naturalization, and green cards. He also has extensive experience in family and relative-based petitions, business and treaty investor visas, and employment, technology start-up, and student visas. Additionally, Mr. Goldshteyn is well-versed in asylum applications as well as deportation defense and non-immigrant visa processing.
In 2014, Mr. Goldshteyn founded the Maven Law Firm where today he combines his in-depth legal know-how with an innate ability to connect with people. He excels at identifying each client’s unique needs and developing a plan of action custom-tailored to their particular situation. With a strong emphasis on service, he always takes the time necessary to clearly explain case-specific procedures to clients and keep them up to date on developments as they occur.
As a leader in his field, Mr. Goldshteyn keeps his finger on the pulse of prevailing trends in immigration law. This is particularly important, he notes, at a time when the legal landscape surrounding these issues is in constant flux:
There is a constant push in the Trump administration to change the structure of immigration law. I always have to be cognizant of what’s happening in the news; if there’s a new executive order, or if there’s a new law being passed by Congress. I pay very close attention to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services’ website. They publish newsworthy articles daily, and it’s a great place to stay informed on the latest developments.
With a well-established track record of success so early in his career, Mr. Goldshteyn envisions a bright future ahead. He looks forward to continued growth for his firm and intends to hire additional staff in the near future to help him manage his burgeoning clientele and provide ever better representation to those in need of industry-leading legal services.
California • U.S. District Court, Central District of California • Board of Immigration Appeals
Rising Stars, Super Lawyers®
Western State College of Law, J.D.
State Bar of California • Los Angeles Bar Association • Beverly Hills Bar Association • American Bar Association