Kidambi & Associates, P.C.  – Cookies and Privacy Policy

At the outset, we have disabled all comments on our website. We also do not require you to register, or login to access basic information. We also do not have a User Agreement to access information at:

In limited situations, we require clients to use to upload documents using an encrypted e-mail service.
We use to provide this service. Please read their privacy policy here.

We have a free email service called iMail™ that requires signup; we use iContact® to provide this service. iContact’s privacy policy may be accessed here

The website is based on WordPress – their privacy policy may be accessed here and the theme is by Envato and their privacy policy can be accessed here.

We also have a Twitter® feed on our website. Twitter’s privacy policy may be accessed here

If you are a client, you may be asked for your login information when accessing eimmigrationair . This service is provided on an external website maintained independently by the provider. Cerenade/eimmigrationair’s privacy policy may be accessed here

We use google analytics to track and manage customer/client experience on our website. Their data practices and privacy related policy may be accessed here and here and here

Finally, we use PayPal to collect fees. Their privacy policy may be accessed here

Please note, that these websites are not controlled, owned, or otherwise managed by Kidambi & Associates, P.C.

Now, for some general information:

Cookies Explained

As is common practice with almost all websites, this site uses cookies. Computer cookies (unlike the edible kind) are tiny files that are downloaded to your computer to improve your experience. Disabling cookies may ‘break’ certain elements of the site’s functionality. Additional information on cookies may be obtained by performing a simple search online for “computer cookies”.

How Cookies Are (Mis)Used

Under normal circumstances, cookies cannot transfer viruses or malware to your computer. Because the data in a cookie does not change when it travels between computers, it has no way of affecting how your computer runs. However, some viruses and malware may be disguised as cookies. Third-party tracking cookies can also cause security and privacy concerns, since they make it easier for parties you may find hard to identify, to watch your activities know and what you are doing online.

How to Disable Cookies

You can prevent cookies from being downloaded by adjusting your browser settings. However, disabling cookies may affect how this and other websites function. Disabling cookies may also cause certain loss of function and features on this site.

What Cookies Do We Use?

  • Email newsletters related cookies

This site offers a free email service called iMail™ that requires signup and cookies may be used to remember if you are already registered and whether to show certain notifications which might only be valid to subscribed/unsubscribed users.

  • Forms related cookies

When you submit data through a form plugin such as those found on our consult us page, cookies may be set to remember your user details. Please see their privacy policy here

Contact us directly through our website at if for some reason you are unable to fully understand our privacy policy or require additional information. Thank you.