RapidVisa Celebrates 10th Anniversary and Grand Opening of New Las Vegas Headquarters

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Special donation of $10,000 scholarship presented to Las Vegas nonprofit, Leaders In Training

RapidVisa’s Ben Ives (center) presents Erica Mosca and members of Leaders In Training (LIT) with a $10,000 scholarships donation during RapidVisa’s 10th anniversary and grand opening at their new head

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RapidVisa, the industry pioneer in online visa processing, celebrated its 10th anniversary and the grand opening of a new Las Vegas headquarters on Wednesday, July 17. Committing to the Southern Nevada community, the 100% veteran owned company invested nearly $1 million in the purchase and renovation of a 3,500 square foot office, located at 8270 W. Charleston Blvd.

Supporting local immigrant heritage, RapidVisa donated $10,000 to Leaders In Training (LIT) to provide seven students this year and 13 students next year with a LIT completion scholarship. As first-generation students, they will be the first in their family to attend college and commit to using their education and success to empower their home community.

Proclamations and recognition certificates were presented to RapidVisa by representatives from the offices of Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak, Senator Jacky Rosen, Senator Catherine Cortez-Masto, Congresswoman Susie Lee, Congresswoman Dina Titus, Congressman Steven Horsford and Las Vegas Councilwoman-elect Victoria Seaman’s office.

Founder and CEO of RapidVisa, Ben Ives, announced a new partnership with the Las Vegas nonprofit, Leaders In Training (LIT). RapidVisa presented Erica Mosca, founder and executive director of Leaders In Training, a $10,000.00 scholarship donation in support of furthering the education of first-generation students in the Las Vegas community with college preparation, career and community leadership opportunities.

Highlights of the evening included a tour of the company’s new, state-of-the-art “RapidVisa Live!” production studio used to produce the company’s popular, weekly social media series, RapidVisa LIVE! Immigration Q&A Show, that helps people understand the visa process and answers frequently asked questions.

The Metro Las Vegas, Asian and Latin Chambers of Commerce held a ribbon cutting to commemorate the milestone anniversary and building purchase.

RapidVisa streamlines the U.S. immigration process through its innovative software, high-quality multimedia content and high-level customer service. With pride in being America’s number one provider in non-lawyer immigration services, RapidVisa offers low cost, full-service immigration solutions including phone and chat support seven days a week in multiple languages, for one all-inclusive fee.

About RapidVisa:
RapidVisa is an online-based service that streamlines the U.S. immigration process with technology and full-support. For over a decade, the company has provided low cost, full-service non-lawyer immigration solutions to more than 45,000 customers. Phone and chat support is available seven days a week for one all-inclusive fee. RapidVisa makes immigration less burdensome by streamlining the process and reducing the expense. By providing innovative software, high-quality multimedia content and world-class customer service, RapidVisa is America’s leader in immigration. Headquartered in Las Vegas, RapidVisa has multiple offices in the Philippines and plans to expand into additional countries in the near future. For more information, visit RapidVisa.com and follow on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.

About Leaders In Training:
Leaders in Training (LIT) is a 501(c)(3) college access and community empowerment non-profit organization with the vision to empower first-generation college graduates and the next-generation of diverse leaders who will change the world. LIT supports students through a Year 1-4 High School College Access program, Year 5-8 Postsecondary Program and supports students as alumni to empower them to give back to the Las Vegas community. Students who receive scholarships are the first in their family to attend college and commit to using their education and success to empower their home community. To qualify for a scholarship, students complete three internships, over 400 hours of community service in their high school career and commit to be a life-long LIT alumni. For more information, visit https://www.litlv.org and follow on Facebook and Twitter.

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GYC Vegas
(702) 551-3105

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