NATS Immigration and Financial Planning Seminars in New Jersey
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24 November 2015

North America Telugu Society (NATS), the premier national Telugu Organization conducted free Immigration Seminar and financial planning session in Bawarchi Restaurant’s Banquet Hall in Jersey City, New Jersey.

There was over whelming response for this community service event and the attendees greatly lauded the efforts of NATS for coming up with this timely service event.

Renowned Immigration Attorney Mr.Srinivas Jonnalagadda presided over this immigration seminar and he spoke in detail regarding various issues pertaining to F-1, H-1, H-4, L-1, Green Card processing and many other current immigration issues. He also spoke regarding few of the immigration changes in the pipeline. Mr.Srinivas Jonnalagadda patiently spent well over 5 hours answering to wide range of several immigration questions from attendees related to STEM OPT extension, H-1 EADs, Advancement of I-485 dates, H-1 B amendment, Family based immigration and many other immigration topics.

Later, financial planning session followed. Mr. GiGio Ninan, financial attorney who specializes in trust, estate planning and will spoke in detail regarding the process to write a will, process to launch a business, Trust/Estate planning etc and people asked him several questions on financial planning for which Mr.GiGio patiently answered all their questions.

Richest Asian American in U.S.A, Mr.Shalabh Kumar attended this event and greatly praised NATS for their service initiatives and donated 5,000.00 dollars to NATS to support their noble causes.

NATS National Coordinator for Career Assistance, Ramesh Nuthalpati anchored the event. Event started with welcome speech by NATS New Jersey Coordinator Ranjit Chaganti. Later, Sreedhar Appasani, Secretary Board of Directors spoke about NATS 24 hours helpline and regarding various NATS initiatives across the country.

Mohan Krishna Mannava, NATS Vice President who organized this event introduced immigration attorney Mr.Srinivas Jonnalgadda and briefed the way Mr.Srinivas had been helping the Telugu Community. NATS Board of Director Gangadahar Desu spoke about NATS ideology and NATS vision and the way NATS had been helping the community. Srinivas Maddali, NATS Board of Director introduced financial advisor Mr.GiGio Ninan. Later, a detailed Q & A session followed and NATS Social Media Chair Vamsi Venigalla moderated the Q&A session.

NATS media coordinator Murali Medicherla, NATS Medical Camps Chair Dr.Suryam Ganti, NATS Sports Chair Vasu Tupakula and NATS Sponsorships chair Shyam Nalam felicitated Mr.Srinivias Jonnalgadda and Mr.Gigio Ninan.

NATS Immigration Chairs Prasad Gurram and Chandrasekhar Konidela proposed vote of thanks and thanked all the attendees and mentioned that NATS is planning to organize many more immigration seminars like these across the country.

The event was sponsored by Bawarchi Restaurant, Jersey City and delicious dinner was served to all attendees. Vishnu spoke on behalf of Bawarchi restaurant management thanked the attendees and mentioned that Bawarchi restaurant in Jersey City has various features – Catering for any size of event, renovated Banquet Hall, Door delivery etc and mentioned that they look forward to organizing many more community service activities in the future.

NATS New Jersey Team – Mohan Krishna Mannava, Gangadhar Desu, Srinivas Maddali, Ramesh Nuthalapati, Ranjit Chaganti, Murali Medicherla, Vamsi Venigalla, Vishnu Aluru, Prasad Gurram, Chandrasekhar Konidela, Vasu Tupakula, Murali Medicherla, Srinivas Venkat, Shyam Nalam, Ganesh Dhanekula, Suresh Chatakondu, Murthy Panthula, Vivek Kalagara, Mohan Kunamaneni attended this event and worked hard to make it a success. All the attendees greatly appreciated NATS for this event which greatly helped them in getting answers to several of their immigration and financial questions.


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