Mary Grilli Jacobs

Alcorn Immigration Law Team Spotlight: Meet Associate Mary Grilli Jacobs

Mary Grilli Jacobs has been part of our team almost since the beginning when I started Alcorn Immigration Law in 2015. An expert in business and family immigration law, Mary has helped hundreds of individuals, families, startups, small businesses, and corporations with immigrant and nonimmigrant visas, requests for evidence, employment authorization documents (work permits), and…

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…

immigration by the numbers

Immigration by the Numbers

This month President Trump endorsed legislation known as the RAISE Act, which would cut immigration to the U.S. in half. Just how many temporary and permanent residency visas does the U.S. grant to foreign nationals each year? Each year the U.S. admits more than 77 million immigrants on either temporary or permanent residency visas. Of…

Trump to Slash Green Cards by 50%

Update: Trump to Slash Green Cards by 50%

Alcorn Immigration Update by Sophie Alcorn and Jaylen Dominguez Alcorn supports Immigration for Innovation by obtaining visas, green cards, and citizenship for highly-motivated investors, founders, talent, and families. In this article: Greater Focus on Merit-Based Immigration Restrictions on Family-Based Immigration New Visa for Parents of Citizens This week Politico reported that immigration reform is in the…