MUMBAI, India--(BUSINESS WIRE)--M/s SOLICIS LEX, represented by its Managing Partner, Advocate Ameet Mehta and M/s GONZALEZ OLIVIERI LLC, represented through Mr Raed Gonzalez agreed to exchange and work together in legal fields especially immigration laws, and the MoU was signed on 8th April, 2015.
“The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid,” a book by Dr C.K.Prahalad and Stuart Hart was an inspiration concept which triggered SOLICIS LEX to start its Legal services in India. It initially started providing legal services to Corporates and Individuals, who had affordability as a major factor. Subsequently, SOLICIS LEX adopted new corporate business models by offering legal blueprints so that corporates can sustain legal costs.
M/s GONZALEZ OLIVIERI LLC, based in Texas, is a leading Immigration Law Firm. The firm practices various defense, family-based immigration, litigation and appeals as well as naturalization and U.S. citizenship claims. The firm also has expertise in processing all types of non-immigrant visas including investors, H1B, H2B, L1, E, TN, O, P, foreign professionals, multinational managers, athletes and individuals.
M/s SOLICIS LEX provides Indian law advisory services pertaining to Mergers and Acquisitions, Civil and Criminal Matters, Corporate Matters including Due Diligence, Joint Ventures, Partnerships, Private Equity, IPR, Trade Mark and Patent laws, Media Law, Human Resource Compliance, Import Export Compliance, Foreign Collaborations, Local and International Arbitration, Labour Laws, Cheque bouncing matters, Debt Recovery Tribunal and various other legal work in India and through its affiliate offices, abroad.
Both the law firms agreed to engage and provide technical and legal support for immigration services. The intention of both the law firms is to enlarge their reach and provide better access and benefits to clients by catering, assisting and directing them in various fields of Law, especially immigration. While interacting with Advocate Ameet Mehta, Managing Partner, he stated, “Most countries have laws which designate a process for naturalization, by which immigrants may become citizens. The United Nations International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights mandates that all countries allow entry to its own citizens. Working for the immigrant community in every country is not just a legal work but a social issue convincing us that immigrant advocacy is extremely satisfying once a client receives his Visas."