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Please scroll down and click on the required visa/green card for fee details. These fees represent our typical anticipated charges for commonly requested services.  

Nonimmigrant Visas 

B-1/B-2 K-1 Visa
E-1/E-2 K-3 Visa
E-3 Visa L-1A Visa
H-1 Petition L-1B Visa
H-2B Blanket L-1
H-3 Visa L-2 Visa
H-4 Visa, H-4 EAD O Visa
Compliance Audits for H-1 P Visa
J-1 Visa Waiver (Conrad State 30, Extreme Hardship, No Objection) R Visa
J-1 Visa Waiver Transfer TN Visa

  

Green Card (Immigrant Visa)

These fees represent our typical anticipated charges for commonly requested Green Card services.

Note: Filing Fees have increased as of Dec 23, 2016.

Note: The filing fee of $1225 includes fee for applications I-485, I-765, and I-131, and fingerprinting irrespective of whether I-765 and I-131 applications are submitted along with I-485.

EB-1 Extraordinary Ability Outstanding Researcher/Professor or International Managers Services and Fees Spouse of US Citizens and Legal Permanent Residents
EB-2/EB-3 PERM Services and Fees Chidren of Citizens
EB-2 National Interest Waiver (NIW) Non-Physicians Services and Fees Parents of Citizens
EB-2 Physicians (NIW) Services and Fees  
EB-2 (Schedule A) Exceptional Ability/Advanced Degree Services and Fees  
EB-3 (Schedule A) Nurses Services and Fees  
EB-3 (Schedule A) Physical Therapists Services and Fees  
EB-4 Religious Workers Services and Fees  
EB-5 Investment Green Card Services and Fees  

 

US Citizenship Services and Fees


Premature Termination Fee Schedule

 

Non-Routine Services

  • Our office routinely represents employers in investigations conducted by USCIS, US Department of Labor and other agencies. Note that these fees represent our typical anticipated charges for non-routine services.  Please contact us for fee information if you would like assistance in any such matter.

  • Compliance Audits for H-1 - $500 per file - minimum 10 files.  If you scan and send us ten of your H-1 files, we can audit them and tell you how they should be corrected/improved. You can then implement the improved procedures for all cases.

    DOJ/ ICE investigations - $5,000

    Note: For audits and investigations, please make a 15-minute appointment to assess your case.
     

We take pride in our ability to provide value-based billing. Much of our work is done on a flat fee basis. In some cases, we are retained on hourly basis. Our firm is unique in our knowledge of several key areas of legal practice including: immigration laws with special focus on business/professional immigration and complex immigration issues, private international law, business law and complex litigation. Our current hourly charge are as follows:

Rajiv S. Khanna: $660 - 880/hour
Attorneys: $320/hour
Supervisory Paralegals: $220/hour
Paralegals and Case Managers: $75/hour     

Free Community Conference Calls

Rajiv hosts a Free Community Conference Call every other Thursday at 12:30 pm Eastern Standard Time to answer immigration-related questions.  Everyone is welcome to call in and ask questions or just listen live or listen to the recording for the call posted at the end of the day.  Click here for more information.

Comments

Dear Rajiv,

Here is my situation. I'm currently working for Company A which filed my green card in EB3 in 2009 (current status I-140 approved). In 2016, Company B (as a Future Employer) applied for my green card in EB2 category using Company A's 2009 priority date (current status with company B - I-140 approved). I'm still working with Company A. Once EB2 becomes current, Can company A use Company B's approved I-140 (filed under EB2) so that I don't have to change the company?

Please advice.

Thanks,
Pragna

No. They cannot.

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Hey Rajiv,

Thanks for your and your team's efforts I got my H1 approved in early Jan.
I am planning to go to India in the first week of March to attend an important event and also get my visa stamping done. But I will have have only 3 pay stubs by then. Do you think there might be a problem while stamping ?

Please contact your case manager in our office to set up a call with me. I will guide.

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Dear Rajiv,

I had N-400 interview yesterday at the Fairfax, VA Field Office. I passed the English/Civils Test and the I.O. asked me to sign the Oath Agreement. However, she did not approve me. She said further Determination needs to be made. She said, if they need additional evidence, they would send an RFE within 2 weeks to a month. If not, then would mail the Oath Letter in 2 to 3 months. I have always maintained continued presence, paid taxes (do not owe any money to IRS) and do not have any criminal background. Am not understanding as to why they are holding up the N-400 petition. Please advise.

Thanks,

Raul