On Friday, November 13, 2015, the city of Paris suffered a coordinated terrorist strike. The group known alternately as ISIS, ISIL, or Daesh has claimed responsibility for nearly 130 deaths and 340 injuries, in what it characterizes as a fundamentalist Islamic crusade against Western culture and civilization. Its mission, motives, and mandate are complex and - to a large extent - misunderstood. For a thoughtful attempt at an explanation, see "What ISIS Really Wants", published by The Atlantic in March of this year.
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.
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.
Spanish-language legal translations, contract reviews, consumer leasing, etc.
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Last night, Fox Business News hosted the fourth Republican primary debate, held in Milwaukee, the largest city in the perceived 2016 swing state of Wisconsin. Eight candidates took to the stage, a departure from the double-digit podium presences seen in the first three exchanges. With current polling defying much of the conventional electoral wisdom, the candidates continue to seek to set themselves apart from one another.
From our vantage point in Manchester, New Hampshire, we see and hear more of and from presidential candidates than most of the rest of the country. With that experience over quadrennial election cycles, we learn to take much of the election-season discourse with large grains of salt. As the primary continues to unfold to the suprise of many pundits, some Republican contenders continue to leverage anti-immigrant rhetoric and policy proposals in an effort to garner attention in a crowded field. Two of the more vocal anti-immigrationists - Donald Trump and Ben Carson - have expressed unbridled anti-immigrant sentiment. In the meantime, Sen. David Vitter of Louisiana spearheaded a Senate bill to withhold federal law enforcment funding from so-called "sanctuary cities". To no one's surprise, Sen. Ted Cruz signed onto the effort. Somewhat more surprisingly, though, so did Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, once a promising advocate for comprehensive immigration reform. The bill failed to garner the necessary votes yesterday (October 20th), but the issue, and the myriad unfounded characterizations which fuel it, will continue to be part of the GOP presidential campaign.