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It’s been a long and arduous journey and I couldn’t have gotten here without your help. ‘Thank you’ doesn’t seem to be enough.
I just wanted to let you know that you made it possible for me to not be afraid and to stand up for myself and not allow myself to be dismissed like yesterday’s newspaper. Your invaluable knowledge and experience in these matters has saved me from an early retirement and unnecessary worry for myself and my family. My daughter can now finish school and concentrate on her studies and not sweat how we’re going to pay for it.
Again, a million times thank you. We appreciate you and your help more than you’ll ever know.
JP, Homeland Security, CBP July 2017

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