U.S. Immigration Attorneys
Angenette Van Lieu-Muños, J.D., LL.M.
Attorney Angenette Van Lieu-Muños is a founding partner of the Golden Muños law firm. Angenette began her education in the Residential College at the University of Michigan, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in the RC Social Sciences program (Political Science) and Latin American Caribbean Studies. She received her legal education at the University of Detroit-Mercy, graduating in 2011. In 2016, Angenette graduated from Northeastern University's Master of Laws program with a concentration in International Human Rights. Angenette is of Venezuelan and French descent and lives in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Jennie Golden, Esq.
Attorney Jennie Golden graduated from Millsaps College in 2004 with a B.A. in International Studies. Ms. Golden obtained a juris doctor from Florida Coastal School of Law and is admitted by the Supreme Court of the State of Florida to practice law.
Ms. Golden has worked as an immigration attorney for the past twelve years where she has primarily focused on humanitarian relief for immigrants in the south. Ms. Golden is from Biloxi, Mississippi, where she worked as Executive Director of El Pueblo Immigration Legal Services for five years.
She was awarded the NAACP Ambassador Award for her advocacy around racial justice in Mississippi. She continued her career in humanitarian immigration law as Managing Attorney of Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans, where she was instrumental in establishing the organization’s Unaccompanied Children’s Project, which has provided removal defense to over 1,200 children.
Jennie is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). She speaks Spanish, having lived and worked as a teacher in Santiago, Chile. Jennie has worked with clients from all over the world, and she appreciates the opportunity to guide and represent individuals during their immigration process.
Juan Campos-Gutierrez, Esq.
Attorney Juan Campos-Gutierrez was born in Coro, Venezuela, and obtained his first law in 2006. While in law school, he began working for the Venezuelan judicial system, beginning as an Administrative Assistant at the Lara State Criminal Circuit Court and Clerked at the Lara State Superior Civil and Administrative Court.
In Venezuela, he also clerked for the Falcon State Criminal Court of Appeals located in his hometown of Coro, where he assisted Justices with writing judicial opinions; and later on, became Assistant District Attorney in the same State.
Mr. Campos worked as a Law Professor at the University of Falcon, where he taught Criminal Law and was a Criminal Investigation Instructor at the Guárico State’s Police Officer Instructions Center.
In 2010, Mr. Campos began a criminal defense practice, representing defendants in the States of Guarico, Falcon, Aragua and in the Capital District. Mr. Campos also appeared before the Venezuelan Supreme Court.
In the United States, Mr. Campos obtained a Master’s Degree in Comparative Law from the University of Florida. During Law School, Mr. Campos developed an interest in Immigration and Nationality Law, and decided to pursue a career in the immigration field.
Mr. Campos is admitted by the Supreme Court of the State of Louisiana to practice law. Mr. Campos’ practice encompasses most areas of immigration law and focuses on developing a strong relationship \with his clients and assisting immigrants, minorities, and the disadvantaged.
Mr. Campos has made it his mission to protect immigrant’s rights in immigration cases. As an immigrant himself, Mr. Campos understands his client’s needs and concerns and seeks to explain the complex immigration law dynamic in a simple and digestible manner.