The Financial Times interviewed founding attorney Sophie Alcorn for her insight on President Trump’s impact on international entrepreneurs and startup investors for a recent article, “Immigrant entrepreneurs in the US wait for Trump’s next move.“
The article is part of series the daily international newspaper is running on “Understanding Entrepreneurs.”
A Stanford-educated expert on U.S. immigration and nationality law, Alcorn has practiced immigration law since 2008. She’s been interviewed and quoted in publications around the globe from The New York Times to the Financial Times.
Motivated by the notion that immigration causes innovation, Alcorn founded Alcorn Immigration Law in Silicon Valley in 2015. The Alcorn Immigration Law team has obtained visas and green cards for investors, employees, entrepreneurs, and their families.
In addition, Alcorn serves as an advisor to companies and organizations, including Ayvid Innovations and Global EIR. Furthermore, she is often asked to speak on immigration law for her ability to convey the nuances of the law in a clear, understandable manner. Contact us if you’d like to hear Alcorn speak on the latest immigration options.