VLOG - Relocation of Consulate in India and Investing in the U.S. Parts 1and 2

Michael Phulwani, Esq. and David Nachman, Esq. appear on TV Asia and iTV to discuss cutting edge developments in the immigration law arena. The have had government officials as guests including a representative of E-Verify and the District Director of the Newark, New Jersey District Office.

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The Relocation of Consulate in India and Investing in the U.S. - Part 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLWrkgzXKtE

- Current bill pending that will allow investments in real estate to allow investors to obtain temporary visas that will not lead to permanent residence.

- Easing restrictions on investors interested in investing in the U.S.

- New location for the Consulate in Mumbai to improve processing time frames of applications

Relocation of Consulate in India and Investing in the U.S. Part 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmoqqZM6wt0

- Current bill pending that will allow investments in real estate to allow investors to obtain temporary visas that will not lead to permanent residence.

- Easing restrictions on investors interested in investing in the U.S.

- New location for the Consulate in Mumbai to improve processing time frames of applications.

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