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Murthy Immigration Services, Pvt. Ltd., in India, provides comprehensive and convenient service to our clients and others, seeking help with U.S. immigration across India and at consular posts, abroad.

Murthy Immigration Services, Pvt. Ltd. (MISPL), is able to clarify procedures and provide assistance with the visa application, guiding individuals and companies through the complex and ever-changing process from the collection of documents, through preparing employees and other individuals for consular interviews, and in obtaining the visa from the U.S. consulate in South Asia.

Attorney Senthil Kumar is the Managing Attorney of MISPL in India. He has vast experience with consular procedures and visa matters related to the entire spectrum of nonimmigrant and immigrant visas to the U.S. As MISPL is the only official affiliate of the Murthy Law Firm, he works closely with the U.S. attorneys on an as-needed basis.

Coping with COVID-19 Outbreak

The unprecedented pandemic has literally brought the world to a stand-still. It is important for each one of us to be responsible and do the right things to stay healthy and protect everyone around us. At Murthy Immigration Services Private Limited (MISPL), we equally value the safety of our clients and our staff. We have enabled out office to function 100% without physical contact. We continue to offer our services to clients making full use of the technological advancements. This includes phone, email, Skype video consultations and phone consultation sessions to ensure both immigrant and non-immigrant visa applicants are prepared to file their applications as soon as consular services resume. We urge each of you to stay safe. Thank you for your continued support. We look forward to helping you and taking good care of you and all your immigration law needs during these difficult times. Together we will get through this and come out stronger.

Areas Where We Can Help

Visit USA

Nonimmigrants apply to go to the U.S. on a temporary basis on either a B-1 Visa for business (eg. attending conferences, business meetings) or a B-2 Visa for pleasure (e.g. for tourism, or visiting friends or relatives).

Study Abroad

The F-1 Visa (for the academic student) allows one to enter the U.S. as a full-time student at an accredited (U.S. Gov’t approved) college or university. Enrollment must be in a program or course of study that culminates in a degree, diploma, or certificate.

Work Abroad

Once the U.S. employer-to-be submits an H or L petition, and it is approved by the USCIS, the temporary worker may begin employment in the U.S. H1B Visas (for Specialty Occupations) are for college-educated professionals (e.g. software programmers).

Latest News

Change in Location of U.S. Visa Application Center in Hyderabad
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Effective January 8, 2023, applicants visiting the Hyderabad Visa Application Center (VAC) for scheduled appointments, document submission and passport collection are required to visit its new location at Lower Concourse, HITEC City Metro Station, Madhapur, Hyderabad – 500081. It should be noted that there is no change in the address of…

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Update: Interview Waiver Program Extended for Certain Visa Applicants
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On December 23, 2022, The Department of State (DOS) announced that consular officers will continue to be authorized to waive in-person interviews on a case-by-case basis for certain nonimmigrant visa categories through December 31, 2023. The authorization to waive in-person interviews for certain other applicants renewing a visa in the…

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FAQs for Travelers to the U.S. during the Holiday Season 
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Foreign nationals planning to travel internationally should expect longer than usual wait times at U.S. consulates and U.S. Ports of Entry (POE) especially during the upcoming holiday season. One should consider additional factors such as evolving COVID-19 policies worldwide and updated U.S. vaccination requirements. The following provides answers to frequently asked questions…

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Update on U.S. Visa Processing in India
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Recently, the Minister Counselor for Consular Affairs at the US Embassy in India, Mr. Don Heflin, conducted a Q&A session via Facebook live on September 29, 2022. Addressing the delay in processing visa applications and long wait times, Mr. Heflin stated that staff shortages at U.S. consulates across India is the…

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