Six ways for Indians to stay in USA permanently, Green Card eligibility unfamiliar to Indians
New Ebook Outlines How Indians Go About Obtaining Many Types of Visa That Allow Them To Work or Do Business Legally in USA
ExecVisa, have published the ebook, ExecVisa, which is an easy to read and understand guide to securing a US visa to meet your needs. It tells Indians what they require to know and have for discussion with their immigration lawyer. The ebook ExecVisa, is available to Indians as a download on Amazon at http://amazon.com/
Indians save time and money
This saves Indians a great amount of their time and their money. It cuts down on expensive legal fees and speeds up the process. It supplies Indians with invaluable guidelines and includes 6 ways to stay in USA permanently (Green Card eligibility - unfamiliar to Indians).
Invaluable guide plus bonus information
The ebook is wide-ranging without being exhaustive. Indians have a keen interest in entrepreneurship/
Trade marks - invaluable guidelines for Indians bringing/launching branded product/services in the US and elsewhere. Patents - Indian innovators/inventors, can unlock their ideas and turn them into profitable reality. This ebook describes the invaluable steps from concept to applying for a patent.
Increasing number of Indians wish to live in USA
The United States Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) data shows that as of July 2015, there are over one million non-nationals in the US under student and exchange visas. India placed in second position to China in this visa group population, with 149,987 Indians living in the US on F-1, M-1 and J-1 visas. Whilst the majority of the leading Asian countries decreased in this visa group population, India surprisingly continued to climb at a +2.5% increase from July 2015 compared to February 2015. This indicates that more and more Indian students and graduates wish to enter or remain in the very lucrative US market place. Many see it as a country where they can hone their skills and gain first-hand experience.
Immigrants are more entrepreneurial than those born in USA
It is of great benefit to the US if it can retain the ever-increasing number of Indian students and graduates who have, or are in the process of attaining, qualifications that are very valuable to the US. Hi-tech expertise and entrepreneurial spirit is sought after in a country which strives to be at the forefront of innovation. It is a proven fact that immigrants are more likely to start a new business or become inventors than those born in the US.
8 ways to work or do business legally in USA
In the US, there are many opportunities for work, research, self-employment, freelancing, investing, trading, start-up, or volunteering. All of which will lead to building a sustainable future for themselves. However, US authorities impose penalties for any unauthorized activities in the US. Therefore, it is critical to always verify if your visa authorizes you to work, self-employ, freelance, invest, trade, volunteer and/or start-up in the US. The ExecVisa ebook details visas that authorize these activities and includes 8 ways to work or do business legally in the US.
ExecVisa is a team of experienced professionals and partners that advise and guide those seeking visas. They have a network of carefully selected strategic partners plus close ties to accomplish the various tasks. ExecVisa develop and compile all the necessary documents and reports required for submission to the US Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS). Most importantly, through the ExecVisa ebook and monthly events in various countries ExecVisa equip you with all that is demanded by USCIS’ strict scrutiny. They guide students, graduates, businesses, entrepreneurs and investors in identifying and seeking the most suitable form of visa to their needs.
ExecVisa PR Team