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Immigration Community of Interest

For a diverse spectrum of public and private sector organizations, immigration presents a particular set of benefits and challenges. Understanding the varied ways that immigration can both directly and indirectly impact a client, practitioners from across the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) member firms and their affiliates are collaborating to introduce innovative solutions around pressing immigration issues. In addition to providing exceptional client service, Deloitte’s Federal Consulting Practice established the Immigration Community of Interest (iCOIN). This group of passionate professionals is identifying common links and developing shared solutions to complex immigration issues. Those featured in the video “Immigration Challenges, Innovative Solutions” are just a few of the passionate Deloitte practitioners exercising leadership in fields impacted by immigration policy. From technology to human capital to strategy and operations, Deloitte Consulting is leading the way to solve the toughest immigration challenges.

Transcript of the video

Sean Morris — Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Over the last four centuries, tens and millions of people have come to the United States. Immigration is part of our very fabric. It’s part of where we have been and it’s ultimately part of where we are going.

Peter Brown — Director, Deloitte LLP
The country was founded on a population and people that were innovative, came from other countries, from a diverse background.

Brooke Valle — Deloitte Consulting LLP
As people move around, they share pieces of their home cultures with the countries that they are travelling to, just as they do when they come to United States.

Charlie Inman — Deloitte Consulting LLP
One of the challenges we have is that our visa process can be sometimes cumbersome. So we have seen a lot of that talent move to countries that have a streamlined process.
We can bring to bear not only our strategy and operations but our rich human capital practice and also technology to help with systems solutions to address those problems.

Sean Morris —Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP
We recognize that immigration is something that is going to affect this country one way or the other, politics aside. It will be an issue that we have to deal with and we think that this issue is something that we can ultimately help so many of our clients with.

Dan Helfrich — Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP
When it comes to our own internal talent, there is an enormous group of people with a passion about this issue. So we need to find a way to harness that passion. And so for example, we have created the immigration community of interest or the “iCOIN” to bring together the diverse perspectives and the passion of our own internal people.

Nez Diaz-Uda — Deloitte Consulting LLP
Deloitte has a really interesting sort of lever for that in that we have services across the board that can really speak to immigration, whether it is process, whether it is technology, and so iCoin is just a great way of kind of leveraging all of those resources.

Sean Morris — Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP
One of the things that excites me the most about our immigration-related work across the globe, here at federal, state and local is the fact that we are making this investment and that is what makes Deloitte unique.



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