Kaushik Ranchod is an immigration attorney for families and employers. He is the CEO of Ranchod Law Group, a firm that helps individuals and families start a new life in the US by walking them through the immigration process and helping them navigate through the system. They are dedicated to connecting skilled individuals with companies who are facing a shortage of talent and helping them both thrive.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- The USCIS Department of State invites medical professionals into the US
- What physicians need to know about extending their J1 programs
- How and when to use the Conrad 30 program for visa extension
In this episode…
Because of the growing need for medical professionals to help address the ongoing health crisis caused by the new coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, The US Citizenship and Immigration Services Department of State is inviting medical professionals with I1-29, I1-40, or an approved certificate of eligibility to help mitigate and address the effects of the pandemic in the US.
In this episode of Top Talent and Immigration Show, Kaushik Ranchod talks about the process for the USCIS call for medical professionals and how physicians already in the US on a J1 program can extend their stay because of this directive. Stay tuned.
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The sponsor for this episode is Ranchod Law Group. Ranchod Law Group’s mission is to provide freedom and prosperity for immigrants and help more businesses to connect with top talent. They specialize in immigration laws in order to help talented and highly-skilled individuals navigate the immigration process and enjoy a great start at a new life in the US. They also help companies facing a shortage of talent and grow, thanks to the help of talented immigrants that can contribute to the bottom line. You may call them through 916-613-3553.
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