Immigration. Untangled.

Abramson IMMIGRATION+ SOLUTIONS has a proven track-record of obtaining successful results in a wide array of immigration and nationality matters.

Immigration. Untangled.

Abramson IMMIGRATION+ SOLUTIONS has a proven track-record of obtaining successful results in a wide array of immigration and nationality matters.

Immigration. Untangled.

Abramson IMMIGRATION+ SOLUTIONS has a proven track-record of obtaining successful results in a wide array of immigration and nationality matters.

Immigration. Untangled.

Abramson IMMIGRATION+ SOLUTIONS has a proven track-record of obtaining successful results in a wide array of immigration and nationality matters.

From assisting foreign college students, to preparing family-based immigration petitions, to defending non-citizens in removal/deportation proceedings, to helping businesses meet critical staffing needs in a rapidly-changing global economy, IMMIGRATION+ SOLUTIONS builds bridges between its U.S.-based clients and the world.

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.

Practice Areas

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Immigration

Although we didn't set out to do so, our firm's name has become synonymous with immigration law in New Hampshire.

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Criminal Defense

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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Other Practice Areas

  • Spanish-language legal translations, contract reviews, consumer leasing, etc.
  • International Trade and Treaty review and analysis
  • Export Compliance
  • Security Clearances
  • Sports and Entertainment Law

Recent Blog Posts

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Q&A: When will I be able to submit an application for deferred action under the President's new proposals?

On November 20, 2014, President Barack Obama announced sweeping policy changes relating to the Executive Branch's enforcement of U.S. immigration law.  The President's speech received massive media coverage, and generated spirited discussions about its legality and desirability.  But, with the holiday season in full swing, a complex federal budget on the table, and the transition of the U.S. Senate to a Republican majority, the immigration fervor has quieted down, at least temporarily.

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President Obama Acts; 17 States Sue

News outlets today are reporting that Texas and 16 other states have filed a 75-page complaint in federal court, seeking to thwart President Obama's recently announced Executive Action regarding enforcement of U.S. immigration law.  The lawsuit touches upon a few areas, including constitutional arguments; federal rulemaking provisions; and, curiously, a speculative harm claim that these new initiatives will cause a new flood of undocumented migrants to come into the United States.  Despite the very clear eligibility requirements, background checks, tax obligations, etc., the anti-immigration movement continues to foment fear based upon misinformation, refuses to engage in any good faith discussion of substance, and takes unprecedented action challenging long-established valid Presidential authority.

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The President Has Spoken, But What Does It Mean?

Last night, President Barack Obama addressed the nation to discuss his plan for taking Executive Action on immigration.  There are a number of provisions contained within the President's plan, but the the cornerstone of the initiative is what will be known as Deferred Action for Parents (DAP).  Many, many more details will emerge over the next few weeks and months, but DAP will apply to about 5 million current U.S. inhabitants, who fulfill the following conditions:

Contact us today by clicking here or by calling 603-792-VISA - or by e-mailing info@immigsolutions.com, to arrange an initial consultation.