“I have practiced immigration law for more than twenty-five years.”
We are a nation of immigrants. My father’s parents – Frederick and Eveline Louise Creedy – were among thousands seeking better opportunities by immigrating to America. My father, the youngest of three children, arrived here when he was 9 years old. He grew up, naturalized to become a US citizen, got married, and lived here in the United States for the rest of his life. I am his first-born child. I attended the New England School of Law in Boston and I have practiced immigration law for more than twenty-five years.