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Kellydecsy

Changing Shape of Tech/Corporate Immigration in the COVID-19 Era

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Kelly Decsy
Attorney at D’Alessio Law Group

As the daughter of refugees who immigrated to the U.S. from Cold War Hungary, Kelly Decsy has a personal passion for helping others achieve their immigration dreams. Kelly represents clients on a full range of immigration matters, with a particular focus on employment-based visas for technology and entertainment professionals. Her practice emphasizes a personalized approach, using case strategies tailored to each client’s unique individual needs.

Kelly is proud to help foreign talent and their employers navigate the complexities of U.S. immigration and enjoys working in a field where her professional duties can align closely with her personal background. Before joining DLG, Kelly worked as a senior trial lawyer at a fast-paced Los Angeles law firm. She received her BA from the University of California at Riverside, before earning her Juris Doctorate from Southwestern Law School. As part of her law training, Kelly studied in the United Kingdom through the University of London’s International Entertainment Law Program. She has received numerous accolades, including both the prestigious CALI Award and Southwestern Law School’s Witkin Award for Academic Excellence.

Course Description:

Staying up to date with the ever-changing state of international immigration is vital to navigating your career in a post-COVID 19 landscape. From travel restrictions to dependable exemptions, amending your H-1B petition to presidential proclamations and changes in processing times, D’Alessio Law Group attorney Kelly Decsy will help professionals in the tech and corporate business industries understand the issues they face when pursuing a U.S. visa or green card throughout these times. She will also share the latest updates in H-1B policy, recommend dependable visa alternative given current visa restrictions, and discuss trends and best practices for maneuvering the visa process.

Whether you’re planning on coming to or staying in the United States for a limited or long-term basis, understanding which visa options will best serve your interests in the United States is an important first step for following through on your goals.

Attendees will leave this session with a better understanding of how to:


  • Cover and amend your H-1B visa petition in response to changes in salary, hours, furloughs, or employment information.

  • Secure a dependable alternative visa options to the H-1B for professionals in tech and corporate industries.

  • Pursue exemptions to current travel and visa restrictions.