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Sophie Alcorn is the founder of Alcorn Immigration Law in Silicon Valley and 2019 Global Law Experts Awards’ “Law Firm of the Time in California for Entrepreneur Immigration Services.” She connects parties with the businesses and opportunities that expand their lives.
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Here’s another volume of “Dear Sophie, ” the advice column that refutes immigration-related questions about is currently working on technology companies.
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What is going on with recent USCIS furloughs and Trump’s H-1B forbid?
I handle recruitment for various tech fellowships. Is in-migration happening? Who can I hire?
–Frustrated in Fremont
Dear Fremont 😛 TAGEND
Immigration is still possible and I will explain how below. The administration continues to miss the mark with immigration policy. Trump’s U.S. unemployment “solution” of cutting off the stream of world-wide ability to the U.S. is short-sighted. The administration is shooting America in the paw by walling off the promise of post-COVID financial revitalization and job-creation for Americans through the geniu of immigrant industrialists, investors and talent.
USCIS precisely provided a 30 -day furlough notice to more than 70% of its employees. Reporters have been reaching out to me every day seeking narrations of feigned immigrants and HR professionals; satisfy sign up to share your immigration story with journalists.
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