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Happy New Year

With the start of 2017, I want to officially wish all my readers a very happy New Year. The new year is always a time for reflection and resolutions. And January, with its grey skies and cold weather always present particular challenges for everyone to stay healthy and optimistic for the coming year.

These last few months we have seen a tumultuous election cycle which has shown great fissures in our politics. As I watched the inauguration last Friday, the worldwide protests on Saturday and the ensuing debates, I have, like many of my fellow Americans, felt every emotion possible in quick succession.  It’s been a whirlwind of change in our country.

As an immigration attorney, and hence advocate for my clients, I have watched the last political cycle with particular attention. And, as always, I monitor and analyze to ensure that my clients have the best information on timely events to make the best decisions. My new year’s resolution this 2017 is that I will also endeavor to better communicate this via my blog and twitter. I predict that 2017 will be a year of great changes, and thus I look forward to once again being active on these channels. Don’t hesitate to let me know if you have any questions or comments.

Megan Shrestha