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Attorney Sherrod Seward Attends Sports Immigration Lawyers Conference in Orlando
Attorney Sherrod Seward Attends Sports Immigration Lawyers Conference in Orlando

Our attorney, Sherrod Seward, recently attended the first ever Sports Immigration Lawyers Conference. The conference brings together the country’s premier sports focused immigration attorneys to talk about the best legal strategies and current law trends. This year’s ...

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