Founding partner Sophie Alcorn recently spoke about the current state of U.S. immigration—and the Mercury News published a story on what she had to say.
At a program hosted by the Global Business Council of the Silicon Valley Association of Realtors, Sophie explained how immigration policies and procedures have impacted individuals and companies in Silicon Valley.
Despite all the obstacles the Trump administration has imposed to curtail legal immigration, hope remains. The Alcorn Immigration Law team prides itself on its creativity in devising immigration strategies for individuals and companies. The team has maintained its very high success rate compared to the national average even during the current administration. Reach out to us if we can help you or your employees.
More About Sophie
Motivated by the belief that immigration leads to innovation, Sophie founded Alcorn Immigration Law in Silicon Valley in 2015. Global Law Experts recently named Alcorn Immigration Law the law firm of 2019 for entrepreneur immigration services in California.
A California Bar certified specialist in immigration and nationality law, Sophie has practiced immigration law since 2008. Reporters from publications, including The New York Times and the Financial Times have quoted Sophie on immigration matters. Companies and organizations, including Draper University, Keiretsu Forum’s Angel Capital Expo, and the Bar Association of San Francisco, have invited Sophie to speak about immigration.
If you are interested in hearing Sophie speak about the latest immigration options and issues, contact us.