Statutes of Liberty: To Our Loyal Readers — Sorry We’re Not More Interesting This Week

This sponsored column is by James Montana, Esq., Doran Shemin, Esq. and Laura Lorenzo, Esq., practicing attorneys at Steelyard LLC, an immigration-focused law firm located in Arlington, Virginia. The legal information given here is general in nature. If you want legal advice, contact James for an appointment.

At the Law Office of James Montana PLLC, we really love writing our bi-weekly ARLnow columns. However, this week, we are taking a small hiatus due to an increase in work recently. Plus, James is on his yearly vacation hiking the Appalachian Trail.

Laura and Doran have been hard at work maintaining the office and continuing to provide great service to all our clients.

In lieu of an article this week, please enjoy the below photograph from our recent office outing. We went go-kart racing at Autobahn in Sterling and then enjoyed refreshments at Rocket Frog Brewing Company (highly recommend).

In particular, we hope that you enjoy James’ suit — he received lots of compliments at the race track.

Stay tuned for our next column, in which we will describe both the federal and Virginia state governments’ efforts to help immigrants who are victims of crimes in the United States. Until next time!

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