January 29, 2016
Get r
eady! H-1B season is here!
H-1B season is just around the corner. Now is the time to contact us to prepare your H-1B application or the H-1B applications for your employees so that you do not miss the April 1 st deadline to apply. It is anticipated that the H-1B cap will be met the first week of April, so it is imperative you start working on it now. Call us at 770-913-0800 or email info@visa-pros.com to get started with your case today. 
Caring for our Community

Dr. Khaja Mohammed is a Cardiologist who was born and raised in India. We have worked with him and the hospital where he works on two H-1B applications and also towards obtaining a green card for him and his family. It is such a pleasure for us to work with a physician who has such dedication and love for his work and helping the U.S. population feel better.

Dr. Mohammed has an outstanding curriculum vitae and has been practicing medicine for the last 15 years, first in India as a Medical Doctor, and now in the United States as a Cardiologist. He has completed Cardiology Fellowships and Residencies in Pennsylvania. 

Dr. Mohammed is currently working in a hospital that serves a rural area and some underprivileged populations in Southwest Georgia. Working in areas and populations such as this is not easy to do, but it is so rewarding because it has such a huge impact on the lives and health of people who may not normally be able to afford this type of healthcare. Dr. Mohammed's dedication to his work at this hospital is a true testament to his commitment to serve the underprivileged.

Programs like the H-1B are what have allowed physicians such as Dr. Mohammed to do this type of work. It is particularly essential for these types of populations in rural areas, that otherwise would not have access to a good cardiologist and would otherwise have to travel a few hours each way to Atlanta to get quality care, as not all physicians are willing to move and work in rural areas. The H-1B cap has not increased in decades, even though it is imperative for our economical growth and both employers and bright foreign workers feel the pressure. We are proud that we were able to secure the visas necessary for Dr. Mohammed to stay in the U.S. to do the work that he loves and that is so important to our community.  

Sometimes your dream opportunity does not come. That doesn't mean that you have to sit down and wait for things to happen. Grab the opportunities that do present themselves to you, maybe one of them will open other doors for you and lead to other opportunities. Keep moving forward - maybe not in the trajectory you planned, just keep pushing forward.