Amit Pandey

Managing Director, India Operations

Amit Pandey is responsible for the firm’s operations in India, where he directs the India-inbound practice* and manages immigration support functions for several of the firm’s multinational corporate clients with significant operations in India.**   

Amit has a great deal of experience in immigration from a cross border perspective, having worked extensively with Goel & Anderson in India and the U.S., where he gained significant expertise in preparing employment-based nonimmigrant and immigrant visa petitions.  His career in immigration began in 2004, when he joined a prominent online provider of immigration services, eventually rising to the role of Chief Mentor for its Legal, Client Relations and Content departments.  Thereafter, Amit joined Goel & Anderson, working directly with the firm’s senior partners, undertaking a training program in immigration and law practice management.  During this time, Amit further developed his extensive knowledge of, and experience with, all of the major U.S. immigrant and nonimmigrant practice areas, including PERM, L-1A, L-1B, H-1B, H-3, E-1, E-2, J-1, B-1, and others. 

In 2008, Amit undertook responsibility for expanding Goel & Anderson’s footprint in India.  Today, he oversees a team of immigration professionals in Pune, where he is responsible for managing several key client engagements within India, while also providing guidance on global immigration strategies to multinational corporations based in India.

Education

  • Bachelor of Law, Panjab University, 2002
  • Graduate, The Institute of Company Secretaries of India, 2000
  • Bachelor of Commerce with honors, Panjab University, 1999

Bar Admissions

  • Bar Council of Punjab & Haryana, India

Presentations 

  • Speaker, Role of HR in Visa Processing, NHRD Seminar, Hyderabad Chapter, 2005 

*Goel & Anderson, LLC does not engage in the practice of law within India.  All services in India are provided by our affiliate, G&A Immigration Services Private Limited.

**Amit Pandey is admitted to the bar in the Indian states of Punjab and Haryana only.  He is not admitted to practice law in any U.S. jurisdiction.