VisaPro is hosting the following U.S. Immigration Workshops at Hyderabad, Bangalore Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Delhi:
“U.S. Immigration Strategies: How to avoid costly mistakes and receive more approvals”
“Successfully Preparing and Filing H-1B and L-1 Visas”
Hyderabad: 14th February, 2008
Bangalore: 15th February, 2008
Mumbai: 18th February, 2008
Ahmedabad: 19th February, 2008
Delhi: 20th February, 2008
Mr. Thomas Joy, U.S. based Immigration Attorney, with more than 30 years of experience in immigration law will provide hands-on practical training, suggestions, and typical case scenarios for Indian corporate on work visas, green cards, visa processing in India, and employer compliance requirements.
In addition, attendees will have the opportunity to meet speakers in person and ask questions about their company’s specific immigration issues.
Attendees will walk away with an enhanced understanding of:
2008 H-1B Cap Strategies: How to beat the Cap?
B-1 Visa Denials: Do they affect L-1 or H-1B visa issuance?
“J-1 in Lieu of H-1B” option
Successful H-1B and L-1 visa strategies for Start-up companies
L-1A versus L-1B: What is the difference?
When to implement the L-1 Blanket Program?
L-1 and H-1B RFE strategies
Employer’s obligations towards H and L employees
Test your knowledge: Questions from the Attorney
Practical Suggestions and Typical Case Scenarios
Work Visas: Myths and Misconceptions
EB-5 Investor Green Card: Are you rich enough?
Mock Session: How to answer questions at the Consulate
Questions and Answers: Ask the Attorney
Number of participants is limited. To ensure a seat please contact Deepa Ghadiyaaram to receive a registration form or visit the website below.
Sounds like an interesting event. You can see our H1B Visa Immigration Information Portal if you are unable to attend as we cover a lot of those topics online for you to read at your leisure.
Good Luck :)
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