Minneapolis (PRWEB) April 25, 2009
Are you a US resident that needs help in obtaining a Visa to move to another country such as Canada?
Perhaps you are a non-US resident that would like to live and work in the USA?
Sounds like you need immigration advice and fast.
Well, an exciting new office opening has taken place in the US for Global Visas, a company that is already well known for its contribution worldwide in providing immigration services and knowledgable advice in obtaining Visas to such countries as Canada, Australia, USA, South Africa and the UK.
Liam Clifford the Managing Director of Global Visas had this to say:
"With over 15-years of expertise assisting international businesses and private individuals with international mobility, Global Visas is proud to announce the opening of our USA office and our 5th office worldwide.
As President Obama moves immigration reform to the top of his agenda and more and more Americans travel overseas to do business each year, Global Visas will be at the forefront of this complex legal minefield to help businesses and individuals survive the global downturn.
Our teams of experts have extensive global expertise and equally important local knowledge, invaluable in securing the correct visas. The world of Immigration today is too complex to rely on local solutions as people and companies become more international in their outlook"
It seems those living in the US are keen on emigrating to Canada and indeed emigrating to Australia, such relocations are made much easier with the backing of Global Visas extensive immigration knowledge. Those US residents wish to live in Canada or Australia would face confusion and a lengthy wait without the help of a leading immigration service such as Global Visas.
Obtaining a UK Visa is also high on the list of priorities for those living in the US too.
The Department of Homeland Security immigration statistics show that there has been a steady increase in the numbers emigrating to the US since 1988, Global Visas feel that having an office in the United States will help support those that come to the U.S. and vice versa.