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Challa Law Offices specializes in assisting clients from many professional fields in obtaining employment-based visas (both temporary and permanent resident) for their business professionals. Our clients range from Fortune 500 corporations to start-up ventures in the information technology, business, and healthcare sectors, as well as universities and other research facilities. We have aided business executives and managers, computer and healthcare professionals (including physicians, nurses and pharmacists), renowned professors and artists, researchers and scientists both in the academic venue and in the biomedical & pharmaceutical industries, and small business owners seeking to enter the country.
We focus our practice on employment-based immigration issues and have extensive experience in strategizing and preparing high-volume visas and permanent residency applications. We assist clients in identifying and outlining strategies to facilitate the international transfer of their employees. We have been retained by companies all over the United States and abroad, advising them on visa processing, facilitating transfers outside the U.S., strategies for dealing with various Departments of Labor matters and complying with USCIS and Labor regulations to avoid employer sanctions and investigations, and carrying out I-9 compliance.
We have spoken by invitation at conferences organized by some of the largest computer consulting associations in the U.S., including the National Association of Computer Consulting Businesses (NACCB) and TANA (a national association of Indian-owned businesses in the U.S.). We are also a regular contributor on immigration strategies for the global transfer of employees to many associations’ monthly publications. Our lectures have been referenced in a number of national and international publications. In addition, we spoke, by invitation, at the regional conference of the National Association of Foreign Student Advisors on immigration issues significant to college and university communities. We have also spoken with students at Indian universities (IITs) on immigration options for transfer to the U.S. We have presented Continuing Legal Education seminars for Virginia attorneys on immigration law. In fact, our CLE outline was included in the Fairfax Bar Association ’s manual. As Legislative Marshall for NACCB Lobby Day on Capitol Hill, we met directly with congressional representatives on issues relating to immigration law and policy.
We were selected as one of Virginia’s Legal Elite by Virginia Business Magazine in the area of Immigration Law and appointed by the Virginia Attorney General’s office as their Special Counsel to assist them with their immigration needs.