Hello and welcome to the September 2006 Immigration Newsletter!
Thank you for your overwhelming response to the anniversary issue of Immigration Monitor, and your wonderful emails congratulating us and letting us know how much you appreciate our efforts to update you on the latest from the immigration world. I really feel so special striking a personal chord with so many friends month after month.
Our entire team is busy preparing for our upcoming seminars on U.S. Immigration Strategies in India during the month of October. These would be followed by another Seminar in London later during the year. Our seminars in India started in 2003 when we hosted two events in Hyderabad, the Hitech city of India. In 2004, we planned them on a larger scale and conducted seminars in Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai, and a workshop in Hyderabad. This year we are hosting seminars in New Delhi and Pune, followed by workshops in Bangalore and Chennai. Click here to read more details about these upcoming events and to view photographs and videos from our previous seminars.
This month we travel to the beautiful European country – Poland through our In Focus article that explains the fiancée visa processing at the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw. During the past few months, we have received a lot of enquiries from Japanese nationals regarding investor visa processing in their country. So in this issue of Immigration Monitor, we travel thousands of miles across Asia to the Far East for the benefit of our readers in Japan, to explain E-2 visa processing at the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo in our Immigration Article.
The winner of last month’s Immigration Quiz is Sandy Ryan. I thought the question was quite simple but I was in for a surprise to find that almost half of the answers were incorrect. Congratulations to Sandy for winning a FREE online consultation with a VisaPro attorney, plus… a special customized coffee mug with a photograph of Sandy with her family! Don’t forget to send in your responses for this month’s question to win a FREE online consultation.
Continue sharing your feedback on how to improve your Immigration Monitor. I will catch you next month with some more excitement from our preparations for our seminars… and more news from the immigration front.