If you’re listening to this episode, then you’ve made it through one year of the pandemic. This shared collective human experience has shown me how connected we all are. I’m honored to be connected to you.
In this episode of Immigration Law for Tech Startups, I discuss immigration strategies and the future of work, particularly as the pace of technological change accelerates and the widespread adoption of remote working during the pandemic.
Even before the pandemic, many of our clients preferred having an online meeting with us rather than driving one to two hours depending on traffic from San Francisco to Mountain View in Silicon Valley, where our office is located. But is a fully distributed workforce a good thing? What’s gained and what’s lost? And what are the implications of the U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021 if it passes? I discuss this and more in this episode. Take a listen and let me know your thoughts on the future of work by leaving a comment below.
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In this episode, you’ll hear about:
- The work trends that were accelerated by and during the pandemic
- What companies should consider when determining future in-person vs. remote working strategies
- What strategies employers should consider when hiring and retaining international employees
- What international entrepreneurs with a startup abroad should consider before deciding whether or not to come to the U.S. and/or open an office in the U.S.
- The strategies international talent should think about if the goal is living and working in the U.S.
- New trends in the Silicon Valley ecosystem and whether they may last post-pandemic
- Implications of the proposed U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021 for work visas and employment-based green cards if the legislation is passed
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Alcorn Immigration Law publications, blog posts, and courses
- Immigration Options Chart
- Immigration Law for Tech Startups eBook
- Extraordinary Ability Bootcamp course for best practices for securing the O-1A visa, EB-1A green card, or the EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) green card—the top options for startup founders. Use promotion code ILTS for 20% off the enrollment fee.
Immigration Law for Tech Startups
- Episode 12: The Visa Options All Recruiters Should Know
- Episode 39: Startup Law with Attorney Lindsey Mignano
- Episode 41: Investing in Immigrant Entrepreneurs with VC Carmen Palafox
- Episode 56: Global Innovation with Tim Draper
- Episode 57: 11 Tips for Companies to Support Valued Humans
- Episode XX: Esther Tricoche
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