Attorneys at Kidambi & Associates Serve by Giving Back and Contributing Time for Worthy Causes

2023-10-05T21:32:52+00:00Oct 5, 2023|

For a Law Firm primarily involved with business immigration, although our exposure to individuals who are from the “low-income and modest means” is limited, we have found simple but effective ways to give back to the community. Here are a few examples:  Laid off workers and their families  Victims of Domestic Violence  Health Emergency and [...]

And the DREAMers Dream On

2023-10-03T14:28:59+00:00Sep 25, 2023|

Attorney Vaman Kidambi calls for DACA to be recognized as a “human rights issue” and highlights the limbo in which DREAMers remain stuck and urges immigration attorneys to advocate for fairer and more humane immigration laws and policies, writing that immigrants bring “a rich diversity of culture, identity, and togetherness” that benefits us all. READ [...]

Decades of Successful Approvals in the Outstanding Visa Category (O-1A)

2023-07-12T12:13:32+00:00Jul 12, 2023|

An effective O-1 visa petition does not simply list the candidate’s accomplishments. Instead, we believe in telling a story. The narrative must flow and be convincing. We take great pains in putting together winning cases. Attorney Matthew Snyder leads the O-1 Visa practice and has several years of experience working on putting together winning petitions. [...]

Significant EB-4 Retrogression Renders Immigration Option Unavailable for R-1 Nonimmigrants

2023-06-09T18:10:27+00:00Apr 8, 2023|

Attorney Kidambi draws attention to the sudden and dramatic retrogression of visa numbers in the EB4 Visa Category and how this is likely to affect Religious Workers (R-1). Kidambi & Associates represents several prominent religious nonprofit organizations and takes pride in offering discounted services to assist clients. READ MORE - https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/significant-eb-4-retrogression-renders-immigration-option-kidambi?trk=public_post

Will You Make the H-1B CAP in 2023?!

2023-02-03T15:10:16+00:00Feb 3, 2023|

On March 12, 2008, Bill Gates appeared before Congress and testified that the H-1B CAP “is arbitrarily set and bears no relation to the U.S. economy's demand for skilled professionals.” He also famously urged Congress to increase the H-1B CAP and eliminate per country caps on Green Cards. However, his most important lines during that [...]

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