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USI Law: Excellence in Delivery of Global Immigration
• 7TH LARGEST LAW FIRM PROCESSOR OF H-1B VISAS
• 99+% APPROVAL RATES (EVEN DURING TRUMP ADMIN)
• COMMITMENT TO CLIENT INTERESTS
As a nation of immigrants, America has always been a beacon for people
with aspirations and ambition. The American dream is continually sustained
by immigrants who establish companies like Google, run companies like
Pfizer and Microsoft and contribute to every facet of the American narrative.
When immigrants are absorbed into the labor force, the economy’s
productive capacity is boosted, increasing a nation’s collective
wealth. The phenomenon is called the “immigration surplus,”
causing a boost in native GDP—in the order of about 0.2 to 0.4 percent—i.e.,
$37 to $77 billion each year for the U.S. economy alone. In addition to
the immigration surplus, immigrants are an asset to the labor market as
they integrate into industries and sectors where there is a relative need
for skilled workers—where bottlenecks or shortages can otherwise
retard growth. And they found companies that in turn create jobs- the
majority of Silicon Valley companies have at least one founder who is
a first-generation immigrant. The power of immigration is ably manifested
in the story of Uğur Şahin, founder of BioNTech, a company that helped
discover one of the most successful vaccines against Covid-19. A Turkish
immigrant to Germany, hiswork revolutionized the way vaccines are developed.
Any country would have benefited from talent such as his and American
history is replete with such amazing examples. The Trump Administration
tried to undermine immigration at every turn. The number of denials was
staggering, making life especially difficult for companies and their globally
sourced talent. While current immigration reform legislation is being
considered, the process remains long and time consuming. Ultimately, without
a dynamic and productive immigration process, the U.S. will be deprived
of talent it needs to fuel future ambitions.
As an immigration powerhouse, USILAW has been at the forefront of upholding
the virtues of immigration with in-depth experience over the entire gamut
of U.S. and global Immigration law and legal services. USILAW offers U.S.
citizenship, immigration, and related visa services, specializing in employment-based
immigration visas, employment-based permanent residency, and investor
visas. USILAW ensures that corporate officers such as CEOs, COOs, Heads
of HR, have assurance and compliance of processes, and visibility of their
immigration functions—from origination to submission. The company
also provides comprehensive advice on how to manage a complex global immigration
process “Immigrant community contributes to America’s greatness
and will continue to do so. As an immigrant, I believe in the positive
power of immigration and its importance in sustaining the vitality of
the American dream,” says Anindita A. Chowdhury, Founder and Managing
Attorney of USILAW. USILAW prides itself on 99+% visa approval rates and
the manner in which it provides unparalleled customer service, positioning
itself as an effective go-to partner for legal services and solutions
USILAW maintained 99+% approvals even during the harsh environment for
immigration under Trump. Clients come to USILAW for certainty of success.
It is no wonder then that the department of labor ranked USILAW as the
seventh-largest immigration law firm in terms of processing H1B visas for 2018.
The Research Behind Rendering Excellent Service Over the years,
USILAW has worked with various clients ranging from the world’s most
valuable technology company to startups. One of their most important tasks
is understanding their business, work culture, and ethos of their clients.
During their intake process, USILAW sets up an internal team to understand
what the client does and its various attributes. This includes taking
a deep dive into client services and attributes, their ambitions, their
value proposition, their clients and their competitors. By reviewing the
totality of such information USILAW develops the holistic view required
to represent its client to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
and other government agencies. “Understanding our clients and their
business ambitions is the key to our success,” states Anindita.
USILAW’s information-based approach to immigration helps them stand
out in the industry and is one of their keys to success.
Resolving Immigration Issues with Capable Talent
For USILAW, quality, results, and the dedication to serve the immigrants
matter the most. “Behind every petition is a human being trying
to make sense of U.S. immigration’s complex structure and visa laws.
We aim to help that person,” affirms Anindita. One of USILAW’s hallmarks
is its highly dedicated team that comprises graduates from the top U.S.
and international universities. They are extremely motivated to deliver
quality customer service and maintain high approval ratings. The team
is equally dedicated to onboarding new talent and guiding them to serve
its corporate and individual clients. “Our management team believes
in the cause of immigration, which drives them to be unparallelly committed
to our clients and the work,” remarks Kelsey Tidgewell, Team Lead
at USILAW. USILAW’s services even stood the test of the time during
the pandemic. The USILAW team seamlessly rendered their services through
a rotational work from office and work from home schedule without impacting
the approval rates and customer service. “The seamless transition
in the workplace brought about by Covid shows the depth of our expertise
and the ability of our employees to work collectively and collaboratively
as a team at any time and under any level of stress,” mentions Gabriel
Romano Vargas, Attorney, and Project Lead at USILAW, adding, “we
are tried and tested, and our team is ready to rise to any challenge.”
In the many years of its operation, USILAW has partnered with its clients
and has adeptly handled tens of thousands of visa applications. During
the pandemic, the firm helped a client file nearly 1500 visa applications,
in the wake of new requirement for amendments, as needs for talent arose
in industries such as biotech and logistics. USILAW executed all the client
filings with a 99.99% approval rate and met all the strict timelines.
In yet another instance, USILAW helped a large technology company file
numerous petitions during the pandemic. “We were able to execute
it because we had the technology infrastructure and disaster planning
in place for such occasions. To add the cherry on top, we accomplished
the task with excellent customer service,” says Jennifer Ortiz,
Team Lead at USILAW. USILAW’s robust technology platform was thus
very effective in helping them keep pace, even during the Covid pandemic.
A Truly Customer Centric Approach to Hassle-free Immigration
It is clear as day to see just how paramount the needs of their clients
are to USILAW. Because of steadfast dedication to its mission and attention
to solving client needs, USILAW has earned a just reputation for sterling
success and capability. As such, most of their new clients have come through
referrals, which is something that USILAW considers as the highest level
of compliment that they can receive.
USILAW has always strived to hire employees who are customer-centric and
capable of advocating for their clients. Each member of the USILAW team
is empowered to always look to the client’s need. The importance
attached to achieving the needs of the client is why USILAW does not enforce
a billing goal or anything of that nature. Instead, the firm judges its
employees internally based on client satisfaction criteria. Consequently,
this is reflected in the work product and ultimately in the success of
the client petitions.
Anindita credits the firm’s success to its very large and dedicated
team. She also credits its many clients who repose their trust on USILAW
and remains grateful to the Senior Executive for Immigration at a large
multinational who realized the ambition of USILAW and gave the firm its
first big break.
USILAW is tenacious when it comes towards representing client interests.
This has also translated in USILAW’s reputation of making sure that
the most impossible and most difficult petitions win approvals. “Our
clients’ success is our success. That’s how we judge ourselves.
And that’s the benchmark that we have set for the firm,” adds
Anindita. The company now endeavors to build a truly global practice,
keeping in its DNA the core mission of making immigration a strategic
advantage for its clients and enabling the global talent to achieve their
ambitions. “We hope to become the one-stop-shop for global immigration
and be able to bring a high level of efficiency and success to the global
immigration process,” concludes Anindita. Clients globally will
benefit by having such a committed law firm on their side.