Jennielyn has conducted research on California’s Target Employment Area Designation Policy, immigration investor programs around the world, and Administrative Appeals Office decisions with respect to O Non-Immigrant Visas. She has co-authored the following publications:
• Brandon Meyer & Jennielyn Alcarion, “Del Boy vs. The Overworked Bureaucrat: California’s Misguided TEA Policy”, ILW.com, May 6, 2013.
• Brandon Meyer & Jennielyn Alcarion, “Where in the World is the Chinese Dream? An Introduction to What Investor Immigration Says About Globalization in the Chinese Context”, Immigration Briefings, July 2013.
During law school, Jennielyn served as a law clerk for the University of San Diego Immigration Clinic and for the ABA Immigration Justice Project engaging in community outreach to assist low income communities with adjustment of status, naturalization, and DACA applications.
Jennielyn received her Juris Doctor from University of San Diego School of Law
When Jennielyn is not working on immigration and general civil litigation matters, she enjoys musicals, the symphony, working out and spending time with her family.
- Favorite Legal Movies: My Cousin Vinny and On the Basis of Sex
- Favorite TV Shows: Game of Thrones, Stranger Things, and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
- Favorite Food: Spanish food, Turkish food, and homemade Filipino dishes