Ally Bolour has been a tireless advocate for immigration reform and helping people to avoid deportation and rather to obtain visas and green cards, allowing our law firm's clients to remain in the United States legally. For almost two decades, he has been a force for change in the LGBTQ community nationwide and in the entertainment industry in Southern California.
In the late 1980s, he did volunteer hospice work during the darkest days of the AIDS crisis. He saw firsthand that for the queer community to survive, gays and lesbians needed to fight for change rather than just hoping for it as victims of discrimination and inadequate medical care.
Today he's known throughout the country as a voice for change, an activist by nature, a lobbyist and a lawyer.
"The greatness of the U.S. is that we're nation of immigrants. The people who flock here from other countries are passionate and driven, and these truths drive me daily." — Attorney Ally Bolour
At the Bolour/Carl Immigration Group, our lawyers address issues critical to employers and individuals:
- Immigration law
- Asylum and refugee status
- Deportation and criminal defense
- Permanent resident status
- Visas and work permits
The attorneys in our firm are thoroughly experienced in every aspect of immigration law, and how it affects gay and straight clients alike. We can also speak with you in Spanish or Persian.
Learn more about our immigration attorneys at the links below:
Immigration law driven by conviction: Call the Bolour/Carl Immigration Group in Los Angeles, California, at 323-218-0465.