Susan T. Goff

Founding Partner

Attorney Susan Goff is the founding Partner of GoffWilson, P.A., and her practice focuses exclusively on US immigration law.

After earning her Bachelor’s Degree cum laude while attending the University of Vermont, Attorney Goff began her career in the banking industry. In 1980 Ms. Goff obtained her Juris Doctor degree from Franklin Pierce Law Center. Prior to her current focus on immigration law, Ms. Goff engaged in practice of various sectors of the law including probate, marital law, and the representation of the elderly. She currently serves as the firm's supervising attorney in all family related immigration matters, while she assists hundreds of individuals from all corners of the world involving permanent residency, marriage to a foreign national, and naturalization.

As the Director of the firm’s Paris office, Attorney Goff concentrates on Consular processing of immigrant and nonimmigrant visas at the US Consulate in Paris as well as all other Consulates around the world.

Ms. Goff, a member in good standing of the New Hampshire Bar Association, is also a Lifetime Fellow member of the New Hampshire Bar Foundation for more than 20 years as well as a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, New England Chapter. She also served as the NH Liaison to the AILA New England Chapter, Vice-Chair of the International Law Section of the New Hampshire Bar Association and now a current member.

Ms. Goff enjoys the study of language and is fluent in Italian and French.