Immigration Newsletter

Friday, July 23, 2010

Where are they now?

Since moving to my new office last month I have gained a new appreciation for how many people I have met and worked with over the years. Part of that appreciation came from lugging so many boxes of files up the stairs! It occurs to me though, that there are many people that I haven't heard from in many years. Many of those people needed political asylum from the persecution they faced in their home country, or were people who feared they would be deported from the United States and be separated from their family, they were people who wanted to petition for their family members or their fiancee to come to live in the US and of course those immigrants who wanted so much to become Naturalized citizens.

I still have regular contact with many of these folks who have been a big part of my life for more than a decade now. But many more have gone on to bigger and better things or moved away or maybe just have no desire to talk with a lawyer if they don't need to (insert lawyer joke here). So I wonder sometimes, Where are they now?

If you were ever a client of mine at Law Offices of Mona T. Movafaghi, PC in Nashua or Merrimack or at Wiggin & Nourie in Manchester, NH - I hope you will send me a note about where you are now, what you are doing and how life is going. I would recommend that you use the "Contact Us" form on my business website www.drewpllc.com (here's the link) http://www.drewpllc.com/contact-us

You can feel free to post a comment here on the blog if you wish - but keep in mind that your status as a client or former client is confidential and anything you post here is open to the public. I hope many of you will let me hear your success stories and maybe even your struggles since we last wrangled with US Immigration together and I look forward to reconnecting.

Randall Drew