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New Program in Boston Aims to Recruit H1B Entrepreneurs

As detailed in the MurthyBlog, NYC Attracting Foreign National Entrepreneurs with Groundbreaking New H1B Program (02.Mar.2016), New York City has spearheaded an innovative program to allow a select few foreign national entrepreneurs to be sponsored for cap-exempt H1B positions. Earlier this month, Babson College, a private, not-for-profit business college located near Boston, Massachusetts, announced that it [...]

Tony Awards Honor Plays and Musicals Exploring Immigration

This past Sunday marked the 70th annual Tony Awards, a live show honoring achievements in Broadway theater productions. This year’s show, which was broadcast by CBS from the Beacon Theatre in New York City and hosted by actor James Corden, garnered its highest ratings in 15 years. The boost in this year’s viewership was undoubtedly [...]

Animated Map Traces U.S. Immigration History

At the Murthy Law Firm, we take utmost pride in helping to make the American dream of our clients a reality. Living and working in the United States is often the culmination of years of hard work, perseverance, and patience on the part of our clientele, and it is our privilege to be able to [...]

Nonprofit Organization Aims to Encourage Immigrants to Enter Politics

As we progress further into this year’s presidential race, the debate over immigration policy spurred on by some White House candidates only promises to intensify. And for the 42 million immigrants who currently live in the United States, adding their voices, experiences, and perspectives to the conversation remains difficult. Despite making up more than 13 [...]

Meet the Murthy Law Firm: Pamela Genise, Attorney & Member

The dedicated team of attorneys, paralegals, and support staff at the Murthy Law Firm is integral to our success. Day after day, they help to fulfill the dreams of our clients through their integrity, diligence, and commitment to excellence. To familiarize our readers with the dozens of individuals who come together to make our firm [...]

Murthy Law Firm is Available to Help You, But Best Not to Wait Until the Last Minute!

Since opening our doors more than twenty years ago, the Murthy Law Firm’s attorneys, paralegals, and support staff have been committed to fulfilling the immigration dreams of our clients. Whether you’re a Fortune 500 company who has been relying on us for years to process PERM cases for its employees, or a startup who reached [...]

Generosity Abounds Among Murthy Law Firm Staff

Readers of the MurthyBlog, and others who follow the activities of Sheela Murthy, are aware that she is quick to make a donation to a worthy cause, or to give her time to serve on a board, or in another capacity, to lead an organization that offers relief to those in our community who are [...]

New Museum Shines a Spotlight on Baltimore’s Little Known Immigration History

As a preeminent firm in the field of immigration law, one of the most distinctive features of the Murthy Law Firm is our globalized client base. Clients from all over the world seek us out because we share their dreams of immigration and help them come true. On any given day we may review a [...]

Sheela Murthy Speaking at ITServe Alliance Detroit Chapter Kickoff on May 6th

Murthy Law Firm Founder and President Sheela Murthy will be in Michigan next week to speak at the Detroit chapter kickoff for ITServe Alliance, the largest organization of IT service companies in the United States. The organization describes itself as “the voice of all prestigious IT companies functioning with similar interests across the United States,” and [...]

Educational Endowment Advances Careers of Talented Immigrants

When Paul Soros arrived in Manhattan in 1948, he was a penniless immigrant from Hungary desperate to escape the economic instability of his Communist-controlled homeland. Eager to advance his education and achieve a better life, Soros was unable to afford tuition at an Ivy League school and instead pursued his master’s degree in engineering at [...]

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