In the past two decades, Helpline Law has successfully assisted and guided common people in legal matters related to immigration. We have a special database of experienced & skilled Immigration Lawyers in Goa with whom you can connect just by posting query on the http://helplinelaw.com.
Immigration Lawyers empanelled with us have experience in handling a range of immigration matters and can assist you in legal matters which arise while getting a work visas, business visa, spouse visas, fiancée visas, family immigration visas, alien relative visas, medical visa, student visas, tourist visas, intra company transfers, exchange visitor visa, transit visa, media representative visa, etc.
We have a team of dedicated lawyers who have the expertise in handling the immigration matters and can assist you with the following services:
Advise on the type of visa which can be required by the foreigner visiting India
Assistance in the documentation process
Assistance provided in the preparation and submission of the complete documents with the concerned authorities
Advise on the procedural issues related to visa and obtaining the visa
Registration of Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI)
Assist in the application and filing of OIC cards
Conversion of visa status, assist in visa renewals, registration with Foreigner Regional Registration Offices/Foreigner Registration Office (FRRO/FRO) etc.
Obtaining the Resident Permit
Extension of Visas
Registration of Foreigners visiting India with FRRO Department
Representation of the client in the immigration matter before Government Authority for approvals/seeking clarity, etc.
Assistance with obtaining the Indian Citizenship
Keeping the client thoroughly informed of any update in the immigration regulations and provide all knowledge of the alternative visa options available to the client
Resolving issues that crop up pertaining to a temporary visa, work permits
Issues related to Visa Refusal, and filing of appeals against visa refusal
Issues related to family or employee based naturalization and immigration sponsorship
Below are the concerned authorities where the entry of the foreigners visiting India, filing of Application for visas, residential permits and OCI is maintained and regulated.
Ministry of Home Affairs : Foreign Division Address: North Block, New Delhi – 110001, India
Purpose: The Division deals with all matters related to visa, immigration, citizenship, overseas citizenship of India, acceptance of foreign contribution and hospitality.
Bureau of Immigration
Purpose: It is the enforcement department which ensures all the foreigners within its territorial jurisdiction comply with the existing laws. It further assists the enforcement agencies such as FRRO to maintain the records pertaining to entry and departure of the foreigners who are entering into India.
Purpose: Foreigner visiting India on Student Visa, Research Visa, Medical Visa, and Employment Visa which is valid for more than 180 days is required to get himself registered with the concerned FRRO within 14 days of arrival, irrespective of the duration of stay. Apart from obtaining the registration for resident permit, it also takes care of the application related to OCI.
Goa Immigration Lawyers on Helpline Law are connected to you only after stringent scrutinization and selection procedure conducted by our team. We excel to make available the highly skilled, reliable and meticulous Immigration Lawyers to our clients in no time and limited budget.
Immigration Lawyers empanelled with Helpline Law are endowed with strong court craft skills, legal acumen and ability to understand and address problems and provide cost effective solutions in a timely manner.
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