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Possible Effect of Judge’s Stay on Trump Muslim Ban

Judge Ann Donnelly of the Eastern District of New York issued an order temporarily prohibiting the enforcement of Trump’s Executive Order banning visa holders from seven Muslim countries from entering the United

Why Trump #MuslimBan is A Terrible Idea

Immigration Attorney Sophie Alcorn explains why Trump’s Executive Order banning visa holders, lawful permanent residents, and refugees, is a bad idea. This order applies to people who who hold passports from the

Video: Top 5 Things Startup Founders Must Know About International Entrepreneur Parole

Watch Sophie’s video to learn all about the newly final International Entrepreneur Rule, a wonderful parting gift to Silicon Valley from President Obama’s administration.  Now startup founders are eligible for International Entrepreneur

Trump Immigration Updates and Happy Thanksgiving from Alcorn Immigration Law

This video is about updates on Trump’s Immigration Policy, including his statement that he would investigated all abuses of visa programs that undercut the American worker, Senator Jeff Sessions as Attorney General

What Does Trump on 60 Minutes Mean for Immigrants?

Today President Elect Donald Trump appeared on 60 Minutes and was interviewed by Lesley Stahl. He spoke about immigration reform and said that it is one of his top three legislative priorities,

Worried About What a Trump Presidency Means for Immigration?

President-elect Donald Trump and Republicans retaining control of both the U.S. House and Senate will no doubt profoundly affect this country’s course on immigration. A few weeks ago, Trump released his priorities

A Clinton Win Is a Win-Win-Win

Hillary Clinton will be the next president of the United States, according to Moody’s Analytics. Moody’s, which has correctly predicted the presidential election winners since 1980, forecasts Clinton will pick up 332 electoral

Head-to-Head on Immigration: Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump

Immigration has been the hot-button issue of the 2016 presidential race. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were taking opposite roads to immigration reform—until last week. In the wake of a meeting with