BALTIMORE (USA): Emigrant Nepalese residing in and around Baltimore area recently interacted with professionals on issues related to recently upgraded US immigration laws and Green Card procuring procedures.
Enterprise and business development specialist duo CPA Hari Sharma and Hari Sharma jointly answered quires of the participants related to House ownership, closing and opening new bank accounts, on operating small and middle business.
During the program jointly organized by Globe Nepal.com and Nepal Manch Online Radio questions like “I want to buy a house. What are the documents that I should have for it?”, ” I have an account in a bank. But I want to close the bank and open a new account in another bank. Does it affects my credit?” and “Are emigrants like us entitle to any subsidy from the government for operating small and middle class business and enterprise?”
In the second round of the program, questions related to emigration law were answered Nepali origin legal professional Khagendra GC and his team. Advocate Basudev Phulara from Chettry and Associates answered queries related to asylum laws in the US and another lawyer from the same firm’s Philadelphia branch Bandita Sharma Dahal elaborated on recently updated and existing family US state and federal laws.
Similarly Chettry Associate’s chief Khagendra GC elaborated on various aspects of US immigration laws. Participants of the program appreciated the sponsors and speakers for their initiative and claimed that the program was highly beneficial in updating their knowledge about US legal system.
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