Immigration and employment lawyer Susan R. Blackman began serving as an Honorary Consul for Denmark this spring. In this role, she helps Danish citizens in Virginia and surrounding areas with government matters such as passport applications, absentee ballots, driver's license renewals, or more serious matters if they should arise, such as serving as a Liaison with the Embassy for a Danish citizen who is hospitalized, detained, or incarcerated. The Honorary Consul role is a complement to the international work that Blackman does in her practice of Business Immigration and Employment Law.

Click here to view the announcement from the Embassy of Denmark. As part of her role as Honorary Consul, she was honored to meet Her Majesty the Queen of Denmark and his Royal Highness the Prince Consort this summer at a formal dinner at the Danish Embassy in Washington, D.C. in honor of the Honorary Consuls for Denmark in the United States.

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