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TiE DC Webinar: Immigration, Mobility, & H-1B Visas
Feb 18, 2020
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Online, 200 Little Falls Street, Suite 205
Falls Church,United States

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Please join us for a Webinar on Immigration, Mobility, & H-1B Visas.

The new year took off and a month has already passed. Companies may have already assessed how they had performed last year and posted new growth targets for this year. Now, it is time for companies to assess if they have the capacity and capability to fuel the growth that they are looking at. The top issue is obviously talent and making hiring decisions.

In the tech industry, employers are struggling to find qualified employees for high-skilled technology occupations. Recent research continues to show that United States will continue to see technical work and business processes migrate to other countries. Therefore, U.S. businesses are in an intense international competition for highly skilled technology workers. But recruiting and hiring technology professionals is challenging due to the special characteristics that define this segment of the labor market. Jobs in STEM fields are expected to grow. But the experts also say there are too few workers with college or graduate degrees in the United States. The skills gap forces employers to dip on foreign born talent. But the challenge here is in Immigration.

Immigration reform is currently being debated everywhere. Large employers that use immigration programs recommend that the United States raise the number of STEM visas available each year so that foreign-born professionals, especially those graduating from universities in the United States, can stay in the country so that U.S. employers should have access to the best and brightest professionals. HR professionals tasked with filling tech jobs should be aware of the H-1B visa. Though other avenues exist for hiring foreign workers, this type of visa is often used for that purpose. In this Webinar we intend to educate on the need to dip into the H-1B program and what to expect with the upcoming changes coming in the program.


Presented by:

Jagan Tamirisa

Immigration professional with 17+ years of experience in filing all categories of employment based immigrant and nonimmigrant visa petitions.


Sponsored by: 

Chugh firm  is a full-service Law and CPA firm based in Los Angeles, Santa Clara, Edison NJ, Atlanta, and Washington, DC, with affiliate offices in Bangalore, Chennai, New Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, and Hyderabad in India. We also have affiliate offices in Brazil, Canada and Pakistan. We have been in business for 30 years. We do corporate, tax, immigration, litigation, employment, entertainment, real estate, intellectual property, and mergers & acquisition work. We have a staff of 575 employees, including 186 Attorneys and CPAs/CAs. We are proud to represent Reliance, Tata, Citibank, IBM, Toyota, Wipro, Infosys, HCL, MphasiS, Tech Mahindra, United Technologies, UST Global, Times of India, Phillips, Sasken, NTT DuComo, Hero Motors, CapGemini, NIIT, Mu Sigma, Polaris, Cyient, Honeywell, Dunn Edwards, Larsen & Toubro, Hitachi, ITC, Honda, and Goldman Sachs, Piramal pharma and Hetero drugs.

As a Firm, we have incorporated over 6,600 companies, filed over 300,000 immigration petitions, filed over 85,000 tax returns, and handled thousands of litigation matters all over the US and India.



Ticket Pricing:

Charter Members: Free plus 2 Free Guests
Members: Free plus 1 Free Guest
Nonmembers: $25
New Member Join: $200

  1. ​Online,
    200 Little Falls Street, Suite 205,
    Falls Church, Virginia, United States


Organiser : Jennifer Fortney

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