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USCIS Changes More than 50 Immigration Forms; INSZoom and Their Law Firm Clients Respond Immediately

USCIS Changes More than 50 Immigration Forms; INSZoom and Their Law Firm Clients Respond Immediately










San Ramon, CA (PRWEB) August 15, 2007

On July 30, 2007, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) made changes to fifty immigration forms, including substantial changes made to key business immigration forms. This update en masse coincided with an increase in fees related to immigration applications, which also went in effect on the same day. INSZoom.com, Inc., a leading case management software provider for immigration lawyers, responded immediately and updated all forms within one week’s time.

These changes to U.S. immigration forms have a direct effect on foreign nationals applying for entry into the U.S. and their immigration lawyers. “Any change in government forms and policies directly affects the way we practice law,” said Virender Goswami, an immigration attorney in San Francisco, California. “Immigration lawyers and our clients depend upon smooth transitions that are parallel with the government to effectively practice the business of immigration.”

“With INSZoom, our clients don’t have to worry about changes in governmental forms,” said Raj Vaidyamath, Vice-President of INSZoom. “Our team of engineers work around the clock to ensure all immigration forms are updated at breakneck speeds.” INSZoom’s clients were able to have instant access to updated immigration forms in less than one week’s time.

“Immigration is a very fluid business,” said Umesh Vaidyamath, founder and C.E.O. of INSZoom. “Laws, regulations and forms are constantly in flux and it is essential that lawyers and their software providers respond immediately and consistently to any changes made at the governmental side. Law firms that have that flexibility built-in to the way they function on a day-to-day level will always have an advantage in the immigration industry.”

Immigration forms that were changed this week include: Form I-751, the Petition to Remove conditions on Residence; Form I-765, the Application form Employment Authorization; Form I-907, the Request for Premium Processing Service; Form I-290B, the Notice of Appeal or Motion; and Form I-129F, the Petition for an Alien Fiancé(e).

INSZoom, Inc. (http://www.inszoom.com), is the world’s largest immigration software company, with offices in San Ramon, CA, US; London, UK; and Bangalore, India. Founded in 1999, the company has been helping law firms and corporate immigration divisions in automating and managing their immigration tasks efficiently. As a Microsoft Certified partner, INSZoom provides clients with leading-edge technology, flexible platforms, and superior compliancy management tools. For more information, please email sales(at)inszoom.com in the US/India or sales(at)inszoom.co.uk in the UK.

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