This morning, I had the privilege of appearing on New Hampshire Public Radio's daily call-in show "The Exchange with Laura Knoy". Every weekday, Laura and her producers pick a topic and convene one or more guests to discuss it. Laura fires the questions and fields the listeners' calls, effectively keeping things civil, substantive, and on-topic. The show's format does not allow for much direct guest-to-guest interaction, so - for better and for worse - The Exchange does not veer off into the realm of political debates or the high-volume shoutfests so prevalent on cable news and other talk radio networks. As a listener, I very much appreciate how The Exchange fosters a reasonable discourse about important issues. As a guest, though, there have been times that I have wanted to jump up and explain that another guest or caller is citing inaccurate information, or basing his/her opinion on faulty premises.
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 to our having 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.
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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