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20th Feb 2020

Dr. Erin Sorrell | How Pandemic's Dictate Migration Decisions of Nations

In this episode, we identify the unlikely driving force that helps pull the levers of migration, public health outbreaks. Pandemics, like the novel coronavirus, can initiate and influence the movement of citizens around the world.

To help us navigate the uncertainty, we talk to Dr. Erin Sorrell, a member of the Center for Global Health Science and Security as well as an Assistant Research Professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Georgetown University.

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Immigration Nerds
Your hub for all immigration news, updates and discussions. Here we uncomplicate the complicated.
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Founded in 1978, Erickson Immigration Group provides comprehensive business immigration, global migration, and compliance solutions that enable companies to hire the best and brightest talent from around the world. We represent clients ranging from Fortune 500s to cutting-edge startups. Sectors represented by our firm include Technology (including CRM services, e-commerce, social and online news media, online entertainment and television/movie production, FinTech, online payments), Financial Services, Healthcare, Manufacturing, and Universities/Public School Districts. Our staff is smart, inspired, spirited, passionate, and views our client relationships as partnerships. Our accurate legal advice will always take into account the best interest of your company as well as your employees.

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