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US Visa denial rate of 30-40% for Indian Companies can be reduced to near zero
US immigration attorney Mr. Thomas Joy will present ‘US Immigration Training: How to Avoid Costly Mistakes and Receive More Approvals’
While the U.S. market presents enormous opportunities to Indian business in various industry sectors, many Indian companies see immigration issues as a major hurdle for their expansion in the U.S. market. A full understanding of U.S. business culture is essential to receiving more immigration approvals.
To help Indian companies and businesses gain a deeper understanding of the immigration processes and requirements to be successful in the lucrative U.S. market, VisaPro’s Senior U.S. immigration attorney, Mr. Thomas Joy, will present ‘US Immigration Training: How to Avoid Costly Mistakes and Receive More Approvals’ at 6 major cities – Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Pune, Mumbai and New Delhi – during January 2013.
With more than 35 years in practicing immigration law and achieving 100% success in helping clients, Mr. Thomas Joy will provide hands-on practical training, suggestions and typical case scenarios for Indian corporate on business incorporation, work visas, green cards, visa processing in India, and employer compliance requirements. He will also show how to formulate effective immigration strategies and teach how to accomplish successful B1, H1B, L1 and Green Card applications.
“Though the US immigration laws remained as they were before, there is a more tightening of adjudication process in the current economic situation in that country. This situation has created a kind of imbalance because the companies have not yet adequately understood this shift and made changes in their approach. This, in our view, is the reason why 30-40% of the visa applications filed by these companies are being denied approvals”, Mr. Ramineni stated.
The workshops are organized by ‘Business in America’ Conferences (BIA Conferences) and co-hosted by a number of leading industry associations like AIAI, CHEMEXCIL, AP Invest, FAPCCI, MCCI, ESC and EWIT.
More details on the workshop schedule, agenda, key topics and speakers, are available at www.VisaPro.com/