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Sophie Alcorn is the founding father of Alcorn Immigration Law in Silicon Valley and 2019 Global Law Experts Awards’ “Law Firm of the Year in California for Entrepreneur Immigration Services.” She connects individuals with the companies and alternatives that broaden their lives.

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Dear Sophie:

I work in HR at a giant tech firm. We have lots of of DACA staff. What does the current Supreme Court choice imply for recruitment and retention? How can we help these good colleagues to have immigration safety?

—Supportive in Silicon Valley

Dear Supportive,

Thank you to your well timed query. I’m thrilled the Supreme Court ruling permits the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program to proceed — at the very least for now. Dreamers have turn into integral to the vibrancy and vitality of our economic system and lifestyle within the U.S, notably in Silicon Valley. I’m heartened that you just’re searching for methods to help and produce a way of safety to those good and proficient people.


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