USCIS to Cut Immigration Photo by Wellington-Rodrigues

USCIS Director Lays Out Plans to Increase Enforcement, Reduce Immigration

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) plans to impose new restrictions making it more difficult to attract and retain highly-skilled foreign nationals and international students who attend a U.S. university. In a letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley last month, USCIS Director L. Francis Cissna outlined a series of measures that the agency…

Options for Hiring International Students

Options for Hiring International Students After They Graduate

As graduation season nears, the Alcorn Immigration Law team has been fielding inquiries from established companies, startups, and investors asking about options for promising foreign students to remain in the U.S. Unfortunately, U.S. immigration policy often runs counter to retaining the best and the brightest college graduates in the U.S. Limited options exist for international…

Alcorn Immigration Law's New Office - 833 Shoreline Blvd

We Moved!

The Alcorn Immigration Law team is pleased to announce we’ve moved to a bigger, better, brighter office space at 883 N Shoreline Blvd., Suite D100, in Mountain View, Calif. Our new office is close to Hwy 101 and Google. While our address has changed, Alcorn Immigration Law’s other contact information remains the same: Toll-free phone…

Anita Koumriqian joins AIL

Alcorn Immigration Law Announces New Associate Attorney: Anita Koumriqian

The Alcorn Immigration Law team welcomes Anita Koumriqian as our newest associate. An expert in immigration law with a passion for family immigration matters, Anita will focus on individual and family immigration cases including changes of status, marriage-based and family green cards, citizenship, and asylum. She will also accompany our clients to government interviews, which…