Manizeh Mistry

Manizeh Mistry

Deputy Head – Global Immigration

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  • MBA, United Business Institute
  • LL.B., University of Mumbai, India
  • B.Com., (Accounting), University of Mumbai, India


  • Maharashtra & Goa


Manizeh focuses on Contract, Employment and Immigration Law. routinely involved in advising on Commercial Contracts as well as drafting Employment Contracts and Ancillary Documents, Service and Contractor Agreements and preparation of Confidentiality and Non-compete Agreements.

Manizeh has prepared non-immigrant visa petitions and applications for multi-national corporations, new, and startup companies in the fields of technology, finance, and other business sectors.  She has also assisted individual clients based on employment and family grounds.  Manizeh’s experience has included an array of professions and she has concentrated on business immigration.  In addition, her practice includes Global Business Immigration.  Manizeh works with multi-national companies to facilitate the transfer of key personnel and their dependents abroad by securing the appropriate employment authorizations, entry visas and residence permits.  She also helps companies that have or wish to set up operations in India with work permits, registration requirements, extension of visas and compliance with local laws pertaining to the employment of expatriates in India. She renders immigration services under the direct guidance and supervision of Poorvi Chothani.


  • Immigration Law (Global Business Immigration Solutions)
  • Employment Law
  • Contract Law


  • Manizeh was a speaker at the seminar hosted by LawQuest on U.S. and Global Immigration in Bangalore and Mumbai and spoke on Global immigration country information and issues
  • Manizeh attended a seminar on “HR Risk Management – Knowing and Managing Financial Risk”


  • Variation in French Immigration Laws
  • Significant changes to Quebec Skilled Worker Immigration Selection System
  • Technology’s role in Global Mobility Optimization
  • Reform Bill for H-1B and L-1 Abuse
  • Swiss 120-Day Work Permits – A Dilemma