What makes Globevisa stand out in the investment immigration industry? Long establishment with thousands of successful cases over the years? International presence of 30+ offices dotted all over the world? Wide range of scope of business? In this series, we will show you the Secret Weapon of Globevisa, and its internal operational departments. Clients may not be familiar with the team behind-the-scene, in fact, they are the ones who support Globevisa’s round-the-clock service. In this episode, meet our Project Research and Development Team, led by Siren Chen.
Globevisa Group, often hailed as the “Amazon of the immigration world,” boasts a diverse portfolio comprising over 300 immigration programs spanning more than 40 countries. We are thrilled to welcome Mr. Manoj Dalal as a partner, with the effective date set for October 19, 2023.
With over two decades of experience in this field, I have learned to navigate the turbulent waters of policy changes. But here’s what keeps me up at night: How can we maintain our clients’ trust and ensure their immigration journeys remain smooth? How can we become more competitive in the immigration consulting industry?
On October 13th in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Globevisa Group, the “Amazon of the immigration world” due
Compliance is the buttress of all businesses. To comply with applicable rules and laws in our day-to-day practice, especially when Globevisa’s clients are dispersing in the global market, safeguards our clients’ wellbeing as well as the reputation of our industry. After years of development and accumulation, our compliance system has included program approval review, internal systems, data and privacy protection, financial taxation, labor rights protection, et cetera.
I always tell people that I have been in the immigration industry for my whole life. Throughout these years, my understanding of “immigration” is quite simple, help clients get what they want, name it another citizenship, a resident visa, or a work permit. In the good old days when passive investment was the mainstream immigration route, clients came to us with their decision in mind and their trust. We did not really have to think a lot for them because everything was simple and straight forward, either you were fit for the program, or you were not. It was not until recent years I began to realize that immigration had a much broader meaning. And that comes at a cost.