The Law Offices of Joshua L. Goldstein, P.C., an immigration law firm based in Los Angeles, California, is offering a $1,000 scholarship to an immigrant student pursuing a post-high school education. This scholarship opportunity is open to foreign born students, and children of foreign born students (with or without lawful status).
Here are the eligibility requirements:
- Submitting a completed application using the form below
- Be included in one of the following categories: 1. Foreign born student who now resides in the US or 2. US born student whose parents originated from another country.
- Proof of Enrollment or future enrollment in Post-High School education (trade school, graduate school, etc).
Note: “Due to the number of applicants we can’t now answer any further questions and if you contact the law firm your application will be automatically disqualified.”
The extended deadline to apply is September 30, 2017
For more information and to apply, please visit their official website: Law Offices of Joshua L. Goldstein, PC Scholarship
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Categories: College Scholarships
FYI the deadline on this is wrong, their website states that it is due the 30th of September.
Thank you for the heads up! The deadline was 9/1 when it was first announced, so I am glad to see it has been extended!