Pro Bono Cases 

Pro bono publico is a Latin phrase meaning "for the public good." The term is used to describe professional work undertaken voluntarily and without payment as a public service.  In the field of law, pro bono service involves providing legal services to those who are unable to afford them.

Some of the most challenging and heart wrenching immigration cases involve issues of abuse, discrimination, and unscrupulous behavior by those who prey upon immigrants' naïveté and fear.  Immigration law also serves to reunite families or keep them intact.  In many instances, however, misinformation and unfamiliarity with the law combine to cause separation and delays. Regrettably, many of these situations affect persons who are least able to afford relief under the law.

Goel & Anderson has a long history of donating legal services to those in need, and we take great satisfaction in the results the firm has achieved protecting individuals and maintaining families through its pro bono efforts.  Our commitment to pro bono service is ongoing, and our ability to undertake new pro bono representation is determined on a case-by-case basis throughout the year.