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Happy 4th of July!

Posted by Giselle Ayala | Jul 05, 2020 | 0 Comments

The United States is a country that prides itself for being a Nation where liberty and inclusion are core values. As a result of that, millions a migrants come every year, some want an opportunity to live free from prosecution and discrimination, others want to give their children a better life, and others come here because they have earned the opportunity as a result of their professional or their academic achievements. Considering this, we should all celebrate the 4th of July remembering that no one can't come between us and freedom, and that diversity is what makes us strong.

Now, this 4th of July, as opposed to others, feels strange, we want to celebrate freedom and inclusion in a year that has been marked by multiple events of violence, discrimination and conflict. Moreover, President Trump never looses an opportunity to elicit words of conflict or to use its power to attack immigrants, minorities, or any other who disagree with its political view.

However, it is precisely in this context that the Law Office of Giselle Ayala Mateus wants to which you all a Happy 4th of July. Difficult moments remind us who we really are and what we want. This office want to serve its clients with a clear message, service and inclusion are our most important values. It is true, the current situation is not easy, but you are not alone.

Happy 4th of July,

Giselle Ayala Mateus

About the Author

Giselle Ayala

Giselle Ayala Mateus is a NY attorney with comprehensive experience in transactional law, creative agreements, business formation, and immigration law. She is also the founder of Focus Juridico a not-for-profit project focused on supporting Latin American entrepreneurs and artists.

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