Sophie Marie Alcorn

Sophie Marie Alcorn

Immigration Attorney
Irvine, CA




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English , German , Italian , Spanish , Korean , Mandarin

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About Me

Sophie is passionate about helping you get the immigration benefits you need.  She works with her father, John R. Alcorn, Esq., who is certified by the State Bar of California as a specialist in immigration and nationality law.  He has thirty years of experience practicing immigration law.

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Payment Types

Cash, Check, Credit Card


Fixed (Sometimes)

Client Reviews

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The best lawyer that I can recommend to anyone

Posted by: Amir about 5 years ago.

She is the best lawyer that I can recommend to you. She is so responsible, punctuate, trustworthy and helpful. When I came to immigration law I...

Excellent! Achieved the very best outcome for me in my unique situation.

Posted by: a Immigration client about 5 years ago.

Excellent! Sophie Alcorn achieved the very best outcome for me in my unique and complicated situation. Where others said it couldn't be done, or...
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Jay Ignacio Nunez
Jay Nunez

Irvine, CA

Over 1 year ago

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Joseph Stewart Bowman
Joseph Bowman

Winston-Salem, NC

Over 1 year ago

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2008 License Status: Active for the state of California.
Last updated by Avvo: 02/13/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2008 – present

Law Offices of John R. Alcorn


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2008 JD - Juris Doctor in Law

Washington University School of Law


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2012 Top Attorney of Orange County

OC Metro


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2010- present Member

Hispanic Bar Association of Orange County

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2008 Landlords Beware, You May Be Renting Your Own Room...In Jail: Landlords Should Not Be Prosecuted For Harboring Aliens

Washington University Global Studies Law Review

Speaking Engagements

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2009 The Future of Comprehensive Immigration Reform

at Stanford Breakfast Club Orange County