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Murthy Immigration Services, Pvt. Ltd., in Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, and Mumbai, India, provides comprehensive and convenient service to our clients and others, seeking help with U.S. immigration.

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).

Attorney Visits


Attorneys visit the Hyderabad office on the third Friday of each month. Persons interested in meeting the Attorney at Hyderabad are requested eMail on

On account of  COVID-19 outbreak, the next Attorney visit to Hyderabad will be announced later.


Attorneys visit the Mumbai office periodically. Persons interested in meeting the Attorney at Mumbai are requested to contact us on to schedule an appointment.

The next Attorney visit to the Mumbai office is not finalized yet.


Attorneys visit the Bengaluru office periodically. Persons interested in meeting the Attorney at Bengaluru are requested to contact us on to schedule an appointment.

The next Attorney visit to the Bengaluru office is not finalized yet.

Latest News

Update on U.S. Visas at the U.S. Embassy in Dhaka, Bangladesh
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An attorney from Murthy Immigration Services recently reached out to the Consul General at the U.S. Embassy in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Consul General was kind to share important updates, which we disseminate for the benefit of our readers.  The document collection / delivery centers are operational. However, no new visa…

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Presidential Proclamation Impacts H-1B, L-1 and Certain NIV Categories
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The U.S. President, Donald J. Trump, issued a Presidential Proclamation on June 22, 2020 to impact certain non-immigrant visas (NIVs) specifically those on H-1B, H-2B, L-1 and certain categories of J visas, as well as their family members on dependent status. The Proclamation became effective on June 24, 2020.Extends Prior…

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Visa Appointments at US Consulates in India Available from Oct. 2020 Onwards
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Updated on July 7, 2020 One may recall that due to COVID-19, the risk of transmission and infections, the U.S. mission in India stopped accepting visa applications since March 16, 2020. Following the announcement, all the existing visa appointments were automatically cancelled. As of this writing, the bio-metric and visa…

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Pause on Immigrant Visas continues, additionally pause on H-1B, H-2B and certain H-4 including J Visas
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An update on the White House website indicates that President Donald J. Trump is extending the pause of new immigrant visas till December 31, 2020. Additionally, his administration is working on imposing a pause on H-1Bs, H-2Bs without a nexus to food-supply chain, certain H-4s, Ls and certain Js. The…

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