‘For over 40 years, Thomas W. Goldman has practiced law in Mississippi, Virginia and Florida, and taught law as a professor in Oklahoma, Texas, Mississippi, Virginia and Florida. Goldman began his career with his family’s law firm in Meridian, Mississippi, and then served Of Counsel with Payne, Gates, Farthing & Radd, an “A” rated firm in Norfolk, Virginia before founding The Goldman Law Firm and co-founding Goldman and Loughlin Law Firm in Florida. Both firms are “immigration only” law firms, and Goldman has represented clients in immigration court, marriage/fiancé filings, waivers, business and other type of visa cases in numerous states and in foreign countries.
He is a graduate of the Ole Miss Law School, and New York University School of Law where he earned the Masters of Law degree. He was on the law faculty of the University of Tulsa, a Teaching Fellow at Southern Methodist University, and served as Associate Dean of Mississippi College School of Law. He taught as an adjunct professor at Barry University law school, Regent University, Florida Institute of Technology and Rollins College.
Goldman and his wife Jody are avid boaters. They are members of the Bradenton Yacht Club and frequently participate in events with their Rosborough pocket trawler named “Braveheart”.’
So many immigrants have shown up at the southern U.S. border, believing they will be given the opportunity to stay, the Obama administration has begun detaining Central Americans who have not left the country after receiving a deportation order from an immigration judge. The number of families escaping poverty and gang violence, particularly from El Salvador and Honduras has spiked over the past year. Most of these families travel through Mexico and turn themselves in to a U.S. Border agent. In some instances, Cubans, Venezuelans and others have been able to travel to South or Central America and then make their way to the border.