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Letters of the Week: Nov 3 - Nov 7

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  1. Patricia Vacca's Avatar
    Your email today says, "We are saddened to note the passing of Physician Immigration Attorney, Robert Freedman, from Clark Hill, LLP." However, the link takes you to a photo of a woman, Roberta Freedman.
  2. ImmigrationDaily's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Patricia Vacca
    Your email today says, "We are saddened to note the passing of Physician Immigration Attorney, Robert Freedman, from Clark Hill, LLP." However, the link takes you to a photo of a woman, Roberta Freedman.
    We apologize but there was a typo in our statement. We are saddened by the passing of Physician Immigration Attorney, Roberta Freedman.
  3. Nolan Rappaport's Avatar
    Patricia Vacca is the widow of Fred Vacca. Fred had been a Member of The Board of Immigration Appeals for almost 20 years when he retired in 2000. He died 8 years later. Fred was an extraordinary man in many ways, in addition to being a memorable Board Member. I still remember one morning when the Board was still at the Safeway building in DC. He came rushing into the office -- late for work, which was out of character for Fred. He pulled me into his office to tell me what had happened. While driving through a not so great neighborhood on his way to the office, he happened to glance at the sidewalk and saw a man pointing a gun at an old woman. He slammed on his breaks, jumped out of his car, tackled the guy, and wrestled the gun out of his hands. Then he held him on the sidewalk until the police arrived. I don't think he told anyone else at the Board. No one mentioned it to me anyway. He told Patricia though. We talked briefly about it after Fred's funeral.
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