Welcome to Global Visas

Providing a responsive, personal and innovative approach to all US consular, passport and legalization services.

Welcome to Global Visas

Providing a responsive, personal and innovative approach to all UK consular, passport and legalisation services.
VISAS

Please select your destination from the drop down list below. Alternatively, navigate from the menu above for other services.

VISA GLOSSARY

VISA GLOSSARY
VISA REQUIRED
You must obtain the visa prior to boarding your flight / travelling to the destination county.
VISA EXEMPT

You do not require a visa to enter the destination county, however passport validity / qualifying criteria may apply.

VISA ON ARRIVAL
You must obtain the visa at your port of arrival, in the destination country. Again passport validity / fees / qualifying criteria may apply.
VISA GLOSSARY
VISA GLOSSARY
VISA REQUIRED
You must obtain the visa prior to boarding your flight / travelling to the destination county.
VISA EXEMPT
You do not require a visa to enter the destination county, however passport validity / qualifying criteria may apply.
VISA ON ARRIVAL
You must obtain the visa at your port of arrival, in the destination country. Again passport validity / fees / qualifying criteria may apply.
DISCLAIMER
ALL VISA ISSUANCE IS SUBJECT TO EMBASSY / IN-COUNTRY VISA OFFICER OR GOVERNMENTAL DISCRETION.
WORLDWIDE OFFICES
US WEBSITE
UK WEBSITE
VISA FAQs
PLEASE CLICK / TOGGLE BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION.
A visa is a form of authorisation which entitles a person to seek entry to a foreign country. There are different categories of visa depending on your purpose of travel. In general, where you are not seeking residence in a country and depending on your nationality, you may be visa exempt, required to obtain a visa on arrival or obtain a visa prior to travel. All individuals who require a visa prior to travel must make an application to the relevant destination country Embassy or an online E-Visa application. Failure to obtain a visa where required may also be subject to carriers liability – your flight provider may not allow you to board the plane without the requisite immigration approvals.
As indicated in the visa glossary and above, you are not always required to obtain a visa in order to seek entry to a foreign country. Please select your destination from the drop down above and continue on the relevant country overview page. This will outline to you, depending on your nationality, State of residence and purpose of travel, your category of application and if you require a visa prior to travel. Again if you do not require a visa, it is still important to be aware of minimum passport validity / no of minimum blank visa pages, and any other entry requirements. Ultimately in-country visa officer discretion may apply, therefore it is very important you review all relevant instructions if making the trip as a visa exempt or visa on arrival traveller.
To repeat, if you are a visa required national, an application must be made to an Embassy / Consulate, or an E-Visa application (online submission). Each such application type / category will have varying processing times – this will allow the Embassy or responsible immigration authority to review and make a decision on your application. You must factor these processing times into your intended travel date and must fully appreciate, processing times are subject to Embassy delays / public closures. An Embassy may ultimately refuse an application and ask the applicant to reapply with amended documentation OR they may request additional documents before providing approval; with all such scenarios causing delays. Furthermore and where available, all expedited methods of submission and associated fees will be outlined by Global Visas.
After it has been indicated a visa is required, you must begin to prepare and collate all supporting documentation. At this stage it is very important to be aware of which documents you require originals (Global Visas clearly indicates this on each visa instruction). This is even more important if you need to request these documents from an individual or organisation, as naturally they will be mailing all originals in the post which can take some time (especially if being sent from abroad). Incidental to this, some documents may require an application in themselves (govt approved invite letters, police clearance certificates / criminal record certificates etc); you must factor any such additional delays into your anticipated travel date / visa processing time.
The majority of visa applications, including many E-Visa applications will require the applicant to provide a set of passport sized photographs; these can be displayed on the visa / vignette sticker. It is therefore very important the pictures provided are not too old – in many cases most Embassies will request no older than 3 months at the date of submission. In particular where you have already used these pictures for a previous visa application, and such a visa is placed inside the passport you are to submit with the new visa application, this would itself show the age of the photos to the deciding visa officer. It is also important to consider all other photo requirements such as background, facial expressions etc.
In many instances and in particular with business travellers, there may times where a visa is required but the applicant needs their original passport for current travel. This invariably creates a problem – with busy schedules, a business traveller may be required to complete both trips. As already outlined but much more applicable in the above scenario (and also catered more to business travellers), it would be highly advisable to obtain a second US passport. Again to see more information about this and other benefits of obtaining a second US passport, please access the US passport weblink above.
Where business travel is required, each traveller must consider permissible and non-permissible business visitor activities. To ensure compliance and moreso to ensure the integrity of an employer, a traveller must not be carrying out activities as a business visitor which would constitute work in the foreign country. Each country will their own defined list of permissible and non-permissible business visitor activities, and each traveller must adhere to these or alternatively, obtain a work permit / work authorisation for the foreign country – the process of which can be more lengthy and document heavy. An immediate roadmap for Global Visas will be to list all permissable and non-permissable business visitor activities, on each country overview page.
Any visa required national must make an application. In order to do this you must collate and provide a list of supporting documentation. In most cases this will include your passport, passport photographs and visa application form. To support the application type, typically the following additional documents may be requested: business support letters, invite letters / official govt invite letters, travel itineraries, proof of accommodation, bank statements, medical documents / proof of travel insurance, US residence visa (if applicable) and more. Each document type will also have its own list of requirements such passport validity or certain mandatory content in the support letters etc. Failure to meet all requirements is subject to outright refusal and could also impact future visa applications.
Global Visas provides a full scope of service and support. We advise initially on the visa type / if a visa is required. Concurrently, if an in-person appearance is required by the applicant, in most cases our scope is to assist with reviewing all documentation, ensuring your appointment (if required) is secured and that you are fully prepared for the submission. Where Global Visas can act as the third party filing agent, again upon review of all your completed supporting documentation, we will request for all originals to be mailed to us. Accordingly we will submit the application on your behalf to the relevant Embassy / Consulate.
Again as outlined above, where an in-person application is required, an appointment with the relevant Embassy / Consulate is generally required. There are however a few Embassies which allow / make provision for submissions daily (during specified hours). There is also a small number countries / application types where an in-person application is required but Global Visas can still act as the third party filing agent. All such steps will be outlined accordingly on the relevant visa instructions page. However it is important to note that appointments are subject to availability and can be difficult to obtain – please work with your dedicated visa agent on this.
All visa applications will require a passport to be valid for a certain length and must contain a certain no. of blank pages for visa stamping / in-country entry stamping. If upon reviewing your relevant visa instructions, you do not have the required passport validity / no of required blank pages, please initially speak to your dedicated visa agent to see if any exemptions may apply (although highly discretional). Global Visas can certainly assist you in obtaining a new passport / renewal – we will also explore all expedited methods of submission for the application, subject to availability. Furthermore, please do access the US passport weblink above for more information on obtaining a second passport.
In many situations, particularly for business travel / for a business visa application, you will be required to provide a support letter from your employer. This letter must evidence the purpose of the trip, your personal information, your detailed travel itinerary / in-country contacts and planned activities. Your employer may also be required to evidence certain financial undertakings for trip / repatriation (in emergencies). Naturally such letters must be signed by a responsible party, and in most cases for a home employer support letter – it must also be signed in original. Each visa instructions page (where applicable) clearly outlines the following: the letter must be signed by a member of your HR, or a member of your management team. If the latter, this person must be at least a manager grade and/or at least the same grade as yourself, and must be aware of your trip.
A Schengen visa is a short stay visa allowing its holder to circulate in the Schengen area. The Schengen area covers 26 countries (“Schengen States”) without border controls between them. Therefore, you must lodge a Schengen visa application at the Consulate of the country that you intend to visit first, or – if you intend to visit more than one Schengen State, the Consulate of the country where you will spend the longest period. However in practise, it can be difficult to meet the requirements / evidence the second route. For more information, please see the following weblink: https://ec.europa.eu/home-affairs/what-we-do/policies/borders-and-visas/visa-policy/schengen_visa_en
For all visa applications, a visa validity must be selected including a requested length and no. of entries. Ultimately visa issuance is subject Embassy discretion. After an application has been processed and approved by an Embassy, it is very important you understand your visa validity and any additional visa conditions. In some cases this could include an in-country registration with the local authorities or medical requirements. Likewise with visa validity, you may have additional restrictions – for example a multiple entry visa may only allow a certain no. of days per visit. Again such stipulations are critical to avoid overstaying and in-country sanctions, which ultimately may not only affect your ability to visit that country again but also affect future visa applications – where such travel history / noncompliance will be requested.
VISA FAQs
PLEASE CLICK / TOGGLE BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION.
A visa is a form of authorisation which entitles a person to seek entry to a foreign country. There are different categories of visa depending on your purpose of travel. In general, where you are not seeking residence in a country and depending on your nationality, you may be visa exempt, required to obtain a visa on arrival or obtain a visa prior to travel. All individuals who require a visa prior to travel must make an application to the relevant destination country Embassy or an online E-Visa application. Failure to obtain a visa where required may also be subject to carriers liability – your flight provider may not allow you to board the plane without the requisite immigration approvals.
As indicated in the visa glossary and above, you are not always required to obtain a visa in order to seek entry to a foreign country. Please select your destination from the drop down above and continue on the relevant country overview page. This will outline to you, depending on your nationality and purpose of travel, your category of application and if you require a visa prior to travel. Again if you do not require a visa, it is still important to be aware of minimum passport validity / no of minimum blank visa pages, and any other entry requirements. Ultimately in-country visa officer discretion may apply, therefore it is very important you review all relevant instructions if making the trip as a visa exempt or visa on arrival traveller.
To repeat, if you are a visa required national, an application must be made to an Embassy / Consulate, or an E-Visa application (online submission). Each such application type / category will have varying processing times – this will allow the Embassy or responsible immigration authority to review and make a decision on your application. You must factor these processing times into your intended travel date and must fully appreciate, processing times are subject to Embassy delays / public closures. An Embassy may ultimately refuse an application and ask the applicant to reapply with amended documentation OR they may request additional documents before providing approval; with all such scenarios causing delays. Furthermore and where available, all expedited methods of submission and associated fees will be outlined by Global Visas.
After it has been indicated a visa is required, you must begin to prepare and collate all supporting documentation. At this stage it is very important to be aware of which documents you require originals (Global Visas clearly indicates this on each visa instruction). This is even more important if you need to request these documents from an individual or organisation, as naturally they will be mailing all originals in the post which can take some time (especially if being sent from abroad). Incidental to this, some documents may require an application in themselves (govt approved invite letters, police clearance certificates / criminal record certificates etc); you must factor any such additional delays into your anticipated travel date / visa processing time.
The majority of visa applications, including many E-Visa applications will require the applicant to provide a set of passport sized photographs; these can be displayed on the visa / vignette sticker. It is therefore very important the pictures provided are not too old – in many cases most Embassies will request no older than 3 months at the date of submission. In particular where you have already used these pictures for a previous visa application, and such a visa is placed inside the passport you are to submit with the new visa application, this would itself show the age of the photos to the deciding visa officer. It is also important to consider all other photo requirements such as background, facial expressions etc.
In many instances and in particular with business travellers, there may times where a visa is required but the applicant needs their original passport for current travel. This invariably creates a problem – with busy schedules, a business traveller may be required to complete both trips. As already outlined but much more applicable in the above scenario (and also catered more to business travellers), it would be highly advisable to obtain a second US passport. Again to see more information about this and other benefits of obtaining a second US passport, please access the US passport weblink above.
Where business travel is required, each traveller must consider permissible and non-permissible business visitor activities. To ensure compliance and moreso to ensure the integrity of an employer, a traveller must not be carrying out activities as a business visitor which would constitute work in the foreign country. Each country will their own defined list of permissible and non-permissible business visitor activities, and each traveller must adhere to these or alternatively, obtain a work permit / work authorisation for the foreign country – the process of which can be more lengthy and document heavy. An immediate roadmap for Global Visas will be to list all permissable and non-permissable business visitor activities, on each country overview page.
Any visa required national must make an application. In order to do this you must collate and provide a list of supporting documentation. In most cases this will include your passport, passport photographs and visa application form. To support the application type, typically the following additional documents may be requested: business support letters, invite letters / official govt invite letters, travel itineraries, proof of accommodation, bank statements, medical documents / proof of travel insurance, US residence visa (if applicable) and more. Each document type will also have its own list of requirements such passport validity or certain mandatory content in the support letters etc. Failure to meet all requirements is subject to outright refusal and could also impact future visa applications.
Global Visas provides a full scope of service and support. We advise initially on the visa type / if a visa is required. Concurrently, if an in-person appearance is required by the applicant, in most cases our scope is to assist with reviewing all documentation, ensuring your appointment (if required) is secured and that you are fully prepared for the submission. Where Global Visas can act as the third party filing agent, again upon review of all your completed supporting documentation, we will request for all originals to be mailed to us. Accordingly we will submit the application on your behalf to the relevant Embassy / Consulate.
Again as outlined above, where an in-person application is required, an appointment with the relevant Embassy / Consulate is generally required. There are however a few Embassies which allow / make provision for submissions daily (during specified hours). There is also a small number countries / application types where an in-person application is required but Global Visas can still act as the third party filing agent. All such steps will be outlined accordingly on the relevant visa instructions page. However it is important to note that appointments are subject to availability and can be difficult to obtain – please work with your dedicated visa agent on this.
All visa applications will require a passport to be valid for a certain length and must contain a certain no. of blank pages for visa stamping / in-country entry stamping. If upon reviewing your relevant visa instructions, you do not have the required passport validity / no of required blank pages, please initially speak to your dedicated visa agent to see if any exemptions may apply (although highly discretional). Global Visas can certainly assist you in obtaining a new passport / renewal – we will also explore all expedited methods of submission for the application, subject to availability. Furthermore, please do access the US passport weblink above for more information on obtaining a second passport.
In many situations, particularly for business travel / for a business visa application, you will be required to provide a support letter from your employer. This letter must evidence the purpose of the trip, your personal information, your detailed travel itinerary / in-country contacts and planned activities. Your employer may also be required to evidence certain financial undertakings for trip / repatriation (in emergencies). Naturally such letters must be signed by a responsible party, and in most cases for a home employer support letter – it must also be signed in original. Each visa instructions page (where applicable) clearly outlines the following: the letter must be signed by a member of your HR, or a member of your management team. If the latter, this person must be at least a manager grade and/or at least the same grade as yourself, and must be aware of your trip.
A Schengen visa is a short stay visa allowing its holder to circulate in the Schengen area. The Schengen area covers 26 countries (“Schengen States”) without border controls between them. Therefore, you must lodge a Schengen visa application at the Consulate of the country that you intend to visit first, or – if you intend to visit more than one Schengen State, the Consulate of the country where you will spend the longest period. However in practise, it can be difficult to meet the requirements / evidence the second route. For more information, please see the following weblink: https://ec.europa.eu/home-affairs/what-we-do/policies/borders-and-visas/visa-policy/schengen_visa_en
For all visa applications, a visa validity must be selected including a requested length and no. of entries. Ultimately visa issuance is subject Embassy discretion. After an application has been processed and approved by an Embassy, it is very important you understand your visa validity and any additional visa conditions. In some cases this could include an in-country registration with the local authorities or medical requirements. Likewise with visa validity, you may have additional restrictions – for example a multiple entry visa may only allow a certain no. of days per visit. Again such stipulations are critical to avoid overstaying and in-country sanctions, which ultimately may not only affect your ability to visit that country again but also affect future visa applications – where such travel history / noncompliance will be requested.
DISCLAIMER
ALL VISA ISSUANCE IS SUBJECT TO EMBASSY / IN-COUNTRY VISA OFFICER OR GOVERNMENTAL DISCRETION.
WORLDWIDE OFFICES
US WEBSITE
UK WEBSITE
VISA GLOSSARY
VISA GLOSSARY
VISA REQUIRED
You must obtain the visa prior to boarding your flight / travelling to the destination county.
VISA EXEMPT
You do not require a visa to enter the destination county, however passport validity / qualifying criteria may apply.
VISA ON ARRIVAL
You must obtain the visa at your port of arrival, in the destination country. Again passport validity / fees / qualifying criteria may apply.
DISCLAIMER
ALL VISA ISSUANCE IS SUBJECT TO EMBASSY / IN-COUNTRY VISA OFFICER OR GOVERNMENTAL DISCRETION.
WORLDWIDE OFFICES
US WEBSITE
UK WEBSITE
VISA FAQs
PLEASE CLICK / TOGGLE BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION.
A visa is a form of authorisation which entitles a person to seek entry to a foreign country. There are different categories of visa depending on your purpose of travel. In general, where you are not seeking residence in a country and depending on your nationality, you may be visa exempt, required to obtain a visa on arrival or obtain a visa prior to travel. All individuals who require a visa prior to travel must make an application to the relevant destination country Embassy or an online E-Visa application. Failure to obtain a visa where required may also be subject to carriers liability – your flight provider may not allow you to board the plane without the requisite immigration approvals.
As indicated in the visa glossary and above, you are not always required to obtain a visa in order to seek entry to a foreign country. Please select your destination from the drop down above and continue on the relevant country overview page. This will outline to you, depending on your nationality and purpose of travel, your category of application and if you require a visa prior to travel. Again if you do not require a visa, it is still important to be aware of minimum passport validity / no of minimum blank visa pages, and any other entry requirements. Ultimately in-country visa officer discretion may apply, therefore it is very important you review all relevant instructions if making the trip as a visa exempt or visa on arrival traveller.
To repeat, if you are a visa required national, an application must be made to an Embassy / Consulate, or an E-Visa application (online submission). Each such application type / category will have varying processing times – this will allow the Embassy or responsible immigration authority to review and make a decision on your application. You must factor these processing times into your intended travel date and must fully appreciate, processing times are subject to Embassy delays / public closures. An Embassy may ultimately refuse an application and ask the applicant to reapply with amended documentation OR they may request additional documents before providing approval; with all such scenarios causing delays. Furthermore and where available, all expedited methods of submission and associated fees will be outlined by Global Visas.
After it has been indicated a visa is required, you must begin to prepare and collate all supporting documentation. At this stage it is very important to be aware of which documents you require originals (Global Visas clearly indicates this on each visa instruction). This is even more important if you need to request these documents from an individual or organisation, as naturally they will be mailing all originals in the post which can take some time (especially if being sent from abroad). Incidental to this, some documents may require an application in themselves (govt approved invite letters, police clearance certificates / criminal record certificates etc); you must factor any such additional delays into your anticipated travel date / visa processing time.
The majority of visa applications, including many E-Visa applications will require the applicant to provide a set of passport sized photographs; these can be displayed on the visa / vignette sticker. It is therefore very important the pictures provided are not too old – in many cases most Embassies will request no older than 3 months at the date of submission. In particular where you have already used these pictures for a previous visa application, and such a visa is placed inside the passport you are to submit with the new visa application, this would itself show the age of the photos to the deciding visa officer. It is also important to consider all other photo requirements such as background, facial expressions etc.
In many instances and in particular with business travellers, there may times where a visa is required but the applicant needs their original passport for current travel. This invariably creates a problem – with busy schedules, a business traveller may be required to complete both trips. As already outlined but much more applicable in the above scenario (and also catered more to business travellers), it would be highly advisable to obtain a second US passport. Again to see more information about this and other benefits of obtaining a second US passport, please access the US passport weblink above.
Where business travel is required, each traveller must consider permissible and non-permissible business visitor activities. To ensure compliance and moreso to ensure the integrity of an employer, a traveller must not be carrying out activities as a business visitor which would constitute work in the foreign country. Each country will their own defined list of permissible and non-permissible business visitor activities, and each traveller must adhere to these or alternatively, obtain a work permit / work authorisation for the foreign country – the process of which can be more lengthy and document heavy. An immediate roadmap for Global Visas will be to list all permissable and non-permissable business visitor activities, on each country overview page.
Any visa required national must make an application. In order to do this you must collate and provide a list of supporting documentation. In most cases this will include your passport, passport photographs and visa application form. To support the application type, typically the following additional documents may be requested: business support letters, invite letters / official govt invite letters, travel itineraries, proof of accommodation, bank statements, medical documents / proof of travel insurance, US residence visa (if applicable) and more. Each document type will also have its own list of requirements such passport validity or certain mandatory content in the support letters etc. Failure to meet all requirements is subject to outright refusal and could also impact future visa applications.
Global Visas provides a full scope of service and support. We advise initially on the visa type / if a visa is required. Concurrently, if an in-person appearance is required by the applicant, in most cases our scope is to assist with reviewing all documentation, ensuring your appointment (if required) is secured and that you are fully prepared for the submission. Where Global Visas can act as the third party filing agent, again upon review of all your completed supporting documentation, we will request for all originals to be mailed to us. Accordingly we will submit the application on your behalf to the relevant Embassy / Consulate.
Again as outlined above, where an in-person application is required, an appointment with the relevant Embassy / Consulate is generally required. There are however a few Embassies which allow / make provision for submissions daily (during specified hours). There is also a small number countries / application types where an in-person application is required but Global Visas can still act as the third party filing agent. All such steps will be outlined accordingly on the relevant visa instructions page. However it is important to note that appointments are subject to availability and can be difficult to obtain – please work with your dedicated visa agent on this.
All visa applications will require a passport to be valid for a certain length and must contain a certain no. of blank pages for visa stamping / in-country entry stamping. If upon reviewing your relevant visa instructions, you do not have the required passport validity / no of required blank pages, please initially speak to your dedicated visa agent to see if any exemptions may apply (although highly discretional). Global Visas can certainly assist you in obtaining a new passport / renewal – we will also explore all expedited methods of submission for the application, subject to availability. Furthermore, please do access the US passport weblink above for more information on obtaining a second passport.
In many situations, particularly for business travel / for a business visa application, you will be required to provide a support letter from your employer. This letter must evidence the purpose of the trip, your personal information, your detailed travel itinerary / in-country contacts and planned activities. Your employer may also be required to evidence certain financial undertakings for trip / repatriation (in emergencies). Naturally such letters must be signed by a responsible party, and in most cases for a home employer support letter – it must also be signed in original. Each visa instructions page (where applicable) clearly outlines the following: the letter must be signed by a member of your HR, or a member of your management team. If the latter, this person must be at least a manager grade and/or at least the same grade as yourself, and must be aware of your trip.
A Schengen visa is a short stay visa allowing its holder to circulate in the Schengen area. The Schengen area covers 26 countries (“Schengen States”) without border controls between them. Therefore, you must lodge a Schengen visa application at the Consulate of the country that you intend to visit first, or – if you intend to visit more than one Schengen State, the Consulate of the country where you will spend the longest period. However in practise, it can be difficult to meet the requirements / evidence the second route. For more information, please see the following weblink: https://ec.europa.eu/home-affairs/what-we-do/policies/borders-and-visas/visa-policy/schengen_visa_en
For all visa applications, a visa validity must be selected including a requested length and no. of entries. Ultimately visa issuance is subject Embassy discretion. After an application has been processed and approved by an Embassy, it is very important you understand your visa validity and any additional visa conditions. In some cases this could include an in-country registration with the local authorities or medical requirements. Likewise with visa validity, you may have additional restrictions – for example a multiple entry visa may only allow a certain no. of days per visit. Again such stipulations are critical to avoid overstaying and in-country sanctions, which ultimately may not only affect your ability to visit that country again but also affect future visa applications – where such travel history / noncompliance will be requested.

...WHO ARE WE?

...WHO ARE WE?

…WHO ARE WE?
…WHO ARE WE?

My name is Manny and I would like to personally welcome you to Global Visas.

Our team is dedicated to providing a consular service which focuses on attention to detail, delivering a personal approach and with a high focus on compliance. Feedback is very important to us, therefore any comments you provide about our service are invaluable.

Our team is dedicated to providing a consular service which focuses on attention to detail, delivering a personal approach and with a high focus on compliance. Feedback is very important to us, therefore any comments you provide about our service are invaluableI have provided some of my own personal testimonials over my years in immigration below; working and leading on very large projects...

I have provided some of my own personal testimonials over my years in immigration below; working and leading on very large projects.

Please do also view our introductory video at the following web link:

https://usglobalvisas.com/more/about-us

We look forward to working with you and meeting all your expectations.

Global Immigration Leader, Big 4

“Manny. You have really gone the extra mile in supporting the US Business Visitor Service. You have demonstrated real commitment and energy, working a late shift night while we try and find others to fill the position. I know that the other night you stayed until 4am. You are always so positive and your cheerful disposition and attention to detail has resulted in excellent client feedback. On Monday the key client came to London and she was effusive about the service. This is largely due the cover you provide.”

Internal stakeholder, Big 4

“Manny is a big reason why the move from (external provider) to the UK firm’s passport and visa provision has been so smooth. He’s an extremely likeable honest hard working guy who takes his role very seriously. We’re very fortunate to have him leading our dedicated team”

External client, Private practise

“Most of my contact was with Manpreet Singh Johal. He did the best job someone could imagine. Extraordinary service from his side.”

Team member, Big 4

“Working on two priority accounts is naturally pressurised especially where he has also been responsible for billing on both accounts; yet Manny delivers every time and this I believe is an exceptional quality.”

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