Nelson A. Castillo is an immigration attorney with over 20 years of legal experience and an impeccable reputation, who objectively informs immigrants and their employers.
Inmigración Hoy® presents in a clear, entertaining and current way, content related to the legal aspects of immigration in the United States. Its extensive website dates back to 2010, and includes hundreds of practical articles with vital information for all those interested in residing in the United States.
The website is powered by Dr. Nelson A. Castillo, one of the most recognized immigration attorneys in Los Angeles, California. Born in El Salvador, Dr. Castillo experienced firsthand all the difficulties that many immigrants face in this country. As a teenager, he dropped out of school, experienced social rejection, insults and job difficulties, but overcame the obstacles. Even so, young Dr. Castillo went on to earn his Bachelor's Degree in Finance with honors and Juris Doctorate in Law from St. John's University in New York State. His efforts to get ahead and pay for his studies by working as a gardener, waiter, gas server, house and office cleaner finally paid off.
Mr. Castillo is now an internationally recognized and prestigious immigration lawyer. His professional career of more than 20 years stands out for his commitment to the community and work excellence, for which he has received numerous awards. He has been part of the presidency and member of several important national and international institutions. He is the author of the book La Tarjeta Verde: Cómo Obtener la Residencia Permanente en los Estados Unidos (Green Card: How to Obtain Permanent Residence in the United States), published by Penguin in 2013. In his web page you can consult his extensive biography and professional resume.
His goal with Inmigración Hoy® is to provide the Hispanic public with up-to-date information on U.S. immigration law. Backed by his extensive experience and knowledge of immigration law, Dr. Castillo provides reliable information on his websiteand resources for the protection of immigrants.