New York-based immigration lawyer Naresh M. Gehi, presented his new book ‘Immigration for Everyone!’ at an event at the United Nations Church Center in New York City on April 20. The location was chosen to help dispel a lot of doubts with regard to immigration among the diplomats and others working at the international organization.
Dispelling common apprehensions which he described was due to lack of information, he said that in his book he has attempted to present a simple, step-by-step guidance to readers who will find that obtaining a U.S. visa or green card was not as challenging as they had thought.
Gehi said that ‘Immigration For Everyone!’ has been purposely written and organized in a ‘reader-friendly’ manner, beginning with the table of contents, which is laid out to make it easy for readers to identify where to find the is a that’s right for them. Throughout the book, the language used is clear and simple- free of legal jargon and complexity-just easy-to-follow instructions on how to get the desired visa or green card.
Specific sections of the book separately cover non-immigrant visas and immigrant visas, for those seeking either temporary visas or permanent U.S. residence (a green card). There are also chapters on adoption, political asylum, eligious worker visas, battered spouse visas, andmore – even a chapter titled, ‘How to Dress and Behave at the Consular Interview.’ he book also has useful appendices including a list of up-to-date contact information for U.S. Consular offices throughout the world, list of all U.S. Treaty Countries (for oreign traders and investors), list of online job search engines for both foreign workers and graduating students,a glossary of terms and a comprehensive index.
Gehi is the principal Attorney at Gehi & Associates, immigration attorneys and Counselors at Law, with three offices serving the state of New York. He has more than 15 years experience as an attorney and has assisted thousands of clients in resolving complex immigration matters. Gehi is licensed to practice law in the states of New York and Connecticut. He is admitted to the Court of Appeals in New York. Gehi frequently provides immigration advice to major corporations and individuals who seek to resolve their immigration matters.