Elana Gold is an associate attorney at Grossman Young & Hammond. She is a committed advocate for immigrant rights with experience evaluating the immigration consequences of criminal convictions, complex admissibility issues including placement on government terrorism databases, family-based adjustment and humanitarian relief including asylum, U-Visas, and T-Visas.
Prior to joining Grossman Young & Hammond, Elana provided legal assistance to asylum seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border and engaged in federal litigation to challenge Remain in Mexico policies. Elana also developed an expertise in U visa applications working with Voces Latinas, a group dedicated to supporting survivors of domestic violence. During law school, Elana successfully represented clients in removal proceedings as part of CUNY’s Immigration and Non-Citizen Rights Clinic.