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Guest Post on The Next Web

Romish Badani
CEO

This week Bridge was featured on The Next Web in this post titled "500 Startups-backed Bridge US launches a tool for helping businesses submit visa applications."

Here is an excerpt from the article, be sure to read it in its entirety on The Next Web

"US companies have been known to avoid hiring overseas candidates because of the additional expense, headache and time required to get them their papers. Bridge US charges $2,000 for a typical H1-B visa application, compared to $3,500 to $4,500 from traditional attorneys. Individual applications cost $400 when working with an attorney or $150 for do-it-yourself service.
Bridge US CEO Romish Badani got inspired to start the company after growing up watching his extended family and his father's business go through the immigration process year after year. At one point, Badani saw a cousin get forced out of the US due to a confusing technicality."

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