On Saturday, February 13th, the United States Supreme Court unexpectedly lost its longest serving Associate Justice. Antonin Scalia was appointed by President Ronald Reagan in 1986, and was known as a staunchly conservative "originalist" when it came to interpreting the Constitution. By all accounts he was brilliant, combative, funny, and relentlessly ideological. There has been a slew of remembrances of his life and analyses of his judicial career, highlighting his accomplishments and reflecting that his forceful personality resulted in strong opinions about him, across the political and legal spectrum. As we tend to do here, though, we will look briefly at the potential effects of Justice Scalia's passing on immigration jurisprudence.
While we handle all sorts of immigration cases, we tend to focus on matters involving individuals and small- to mid-sized businesses.
Our experience and interests also lead us to maintain an active criminal trial practice, as well as advising individuals and businesses on a variety of international matters.
Somos abogados de inmigración quienes hablamos Español, sirviendo clientes en New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine y Massachusetts.
E também falamos Português.
Although we didn't set out to do so, our firm's name has become synonymous with immigration law in New Hampshire.
Spanish-language legal translations, contract reviews, consumer leasing, etc.
We handle trials and appeals in all New Hampshire Courts, including the Circuit Court's District Division, Superior Court, and New Hampshire Supreme Court. When needed to protect a client's interest, we even appear in Probate Court. Ron Abramson is also a member of the Criminal Justice Act Indigent Defense Panel for the United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire.
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The United States Supreme Court has just announced that it will accept the Obama Administration's appeal of the pending injunction which has stalled the President's proposed Execution Action known as Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA). Back on November 20, 2014, the President announced his plan to permit some estimated 5 million undocumented parents of U.S. citizens and/or legal residents to defer their removal/deportation, obtain employment authorization, and otherwise come out of the shadows after years of Congressional inaction on the issue of substantive comprehensive immigratrion reform.
This space is usually reserved for news updates, analysis, and other immigration-related reflections. But, this week, we are remembering our esteemed and beloved colleague James "Jim" Flynn, who died suddenly on Tuesday at 68 years old. A lifelong runner, skier, and ski patrol member, and an avid car enthusiast, Jim was one of the kindest, gentlest, most compassionate people we've ever known. He spent his entire legal career trying to tip the scales of justice back in favor of the people who needed it most. During his time working with us, Jim focused mostly on representing the abused spouses of U.S. citizens who needed help navigating the immigration system on their own. In Jim, clients always found a caring, quietly zealous advocate, who not only became familiar with their legal cases, but would also get to know their families. Jim would regularly be invited to his clients' homes, churches, and life events. Simply stated, he was the best type of lawyer. We miss him terribly, and hope to live up to his values and continue his good work as our way of honoring his professional legacy.
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