The Lunar New Year, a massive celebration in many Asian countries, is fast approaching. This year marks the Year of the Sheep/Goat. Celebrations around the world are already underway for the New Year, which begins next Thursday, February 19 and lasts until March 5.
For the Vietnamese,Tet Nguyen Dan is the most important celebration of Vietnamese culture. Translated to mean “the first morning of the first day”, Tet (in short) is the Vietnamese version of the Lunar New Year and can be considered an all in one festival. For our family, we love to give red envelopes filled with new money, moon cakes, spring blooms, and fruit trees to our loved ones and friends.
Many East Asian countries celebrate the Lunar New Year which originated from China. However, like Vietnam, each of these countries have incorporated characteristic rituals and celebrations that are indigenous to their regions, and are harmonious with their cultural history and geographical climate.
From our family here at Elkhalil Law to you and yours, we would like to wish you a bright, happy and prosperous new year.
Chúc Mừng Năm Mới!!!
Follow our social accounts to stay up-to-date on the latest news!
Disclaimer: Nothing in relation to the enclosed information should be construed and or considered as legal advice for any individual, entity, case, or situation. The following information is prepared for advertisement use only. The information is intended ONLY to be general and should not be relied upon for any specific situation. For legal advice on your specific situation, we encourage you to consult an attorney experienced in the area of Immigration Law.