What Every Estate Planning Professional Should Know About Immigration.
Our next dinner meeting will be on Thursday, May 9, 2019 to hear Sophie Alcorn's presentation of What Every Estate Planning Professional Should Know About Immigration.
Silicon Valley is diverse and growing more so every day due to the attraction that our economy has to people all over the world. Join Silicon Valley immigration attorney Sophie Alcorn to learn about how immigration is affecting your practice. Sophie provides an overview of the current immigration legal system and an understanding of the most common visa types and immigration statuses in Silicon Valley. She will discuss how to be sensitive to immigration issues in the estate planning process, including questions to ask, cultural differences, and red flags to look out for. Come with your questions!
Sophie Alcorn is a founding Partner of Alcorn Immigration Law & a Certified Specialist Attorney in Immigration and Nationality Law, State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. Professionals who get stuck navigating immigration routinely seek out Alcorn Immigration Law for success, speed, and service to get visas, green cards, and citizenship.
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At the May 9, 2019 meeting, which will be the final meeting of the 2018-19 membership year, we will have a discussion about the future viability of the Estate Planning Council of Southern Alameda County and an election of officers for the 2019-20 membership year. The current openings are Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and Education Chair. If you are interested in volunteering for any office, please contact EPCSAC president Jay Woidtke at Jay@Woidtke.com