If you are contemplating applying for an U.S. visa in the near future and anxiousness is writ large on your face in context of the legislative and administrative adjustments in PRESIDENT OBAMA’S next 4 years
you may possibly consider attending an informative seminar on U.S. immigration laws and visas, organised by THE LAW OFFICES OF MICHAEL PHULWANI.
This insightful seminar is scheduled for 29th of JAN at Lincon Auditorium, Indo-American Society, Kitab Mahal, 5, D.Sukhadwada Marg, Fort.
Lawyer Michael Phulwani and Attorney David Nachman will take you via this fascinating seminar that would touch different elements of U.S. immigration Laws and non-immigration visas. Attorney Michael Phulwani is admitted to practice law in New Jersey, New York and India. He has been practicing for more than 38 years in the field of immigration and nationality law. Attorney David Nachman has more than 20 years of knowledge in U.S. immigration and national law practice.
This seminar is open to all, subject to prior registration, ahead of or on the day of the event.
Topics for Seminar on US Immigration Law and Non-Immigrant Visas.
1. Immigration Legislation and Policy Improvement in the present session of the Congress. (DACA, Dream Act, Stem Jobs Act, and other bills pending prior to Congress).
two. Frequent inquiries raised by USCIS about H-1B Visas (Skilled Nonimmigrant Workers), L-1 (Intra Business Transferee) petitions and visa applications at American Consulates in India (including new guidelines about Waiver of the Interview in India).
three. Immigrant and Non-Immigrant visas for businessmen and their representatives (Developments concerning the proposal of a new LCA, and Site Investigations by FDNS).
four. Current adjustments in the processing of immigrant and non-immigrant visas by America n Consulates in India (Elimination of VFS and new rules about Waiver of the Interview at Consulates in India).
5. How to Immigrate to U.S. with a spouse and unmarried young children under 21, inside 12 to 18 months, based upon investment in the U.S., under EB-five Category. Other approaches to get the Green Card through employment in the U.S. The new rules and policies about USCIS’ “Entrepreneur-in-Residence” System.
6. Why American Consuls deny non-immigrant visas such as B-1/B-2, F-1, J-1, below section 214(b) and 221(g) of the INA and the significance of “articulating” the motives for your stay in a Consulate Interview.
7. Some simple ideas about how to present yourself and documents, if necessary, to a CBP (Custom and Border Protection) Official, upon arrival at the Port-of-entry in the U.S. What to know about secondary inspection which includes the alternative to “withdraw” your case.
eight. Queries and Answer session will stick to following the presentation – Q&A to be carried out by prominent U.S. Immigration Attorneys, Michael Phulwani, Esq. and David Nachman, Esq.
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