Advance Parole

Guestbook Entry for Rajalakshmi Aaasoori, United States

Name: 
Rajalakshmi Aaasoori
State: 
NJ
Nonimmigrant Visas: 
Green Card: 
Profession/Occupation: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

Thanks Mr Rajiv Khanna for providing us guidance regarding travel on AP while being on H1-B. We are really looking forward to our India trip soon.

Guestbook Entry for Mrs. Ellarama Rao, United States

Name: 
Mrs. Ellarama Rao
Immigration.com: 
Green Card: 
State: 
Georgia
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

Thank you for your prompt and highly informative, sensitive reply to my query. I hope my son, Srinivas, will tap into vast expertise and accorded help, and emerge the winner. Thank you. Mrs. Rao

Guestbook Entry for raju penmetsa, United States

Name: 
raju penmetsa
State: 
WA
Profession/Occupation: 
Nonimmigrant Visas: 
Immigration.com: 
Green Card: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

It is so nice to keep in contact with attorney Rajiv S. Khanna and his Law Farm. I really appreciate there kind help regarding my immigration related problems. Thank you Mr Khanna and Mrs. Leslie for all your help.

Guestbook Entry for N, United States

Name: 
N
State: 
PA
Nonimmigrant Visas: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

Mr Khanna and his team are doing an amazing job helping me with my green card process. Rajiv's immense experience and the depth of his knowledge on immigration matters answered all my queries. It also helped me looking at things with a better understanding of immigration related rules. He and his team are courteous, knowledgable and thoroughly professional.

Expedited Advanced Parole

An applicant whose Form I-131 is filed and currently pending at a USCIS Service Center may go to a local office to apply for an expedited Advance Parole in case of an emergency. Have there been any changes to the process in which the applicant presents a copy of the receipts for the I-131 (and the underlying applications), documentation proving the emergency, filing fee, and two photos?

There has been no change to this policy.  USCIS requires documentary evidence of the emergent situation, as well as supporting documentation indicating that the applicant has a pending application.

Unless the context shows otherwise, all answers here were provided by Rajiv and were compiled and reported by our editorial team from comments and blog on immigration.com

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Guestbook Entry for Dilip Jeyram, United States

Name: 
Dilip Jeyram
State: 
VA
Citizenship and Naturalization: 
Nonimmigrant Visas: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

I have engaged Rajiv's office for over 10 years now for many different reasons. I've also been recommending Rajiv's law offices to my aquaintences & friends for over 10 years now. I have very close examples of people who lost 3-5 years going to some other lawyer & later, at  my advise, going through Rajiv's office, who somehow 'fixed everythin' ???? Rajiv once told me ... ' why do you want to engage my office? this is so simple, you can do it yourself and save some money..."  if you expect more from a lawyer... you are crazy!!!!! For Rajiv, its not about the money... he REALLY wants to 'do the right thing'. Rajiv provided me guidance for a new case - at no cost just because I was a old client -  & literally advised me I could save money by doing the work myself - it was very simple. I was infact, ready to pay him or some other lawyer 100s of $s because this was a inquiry near & dear to me. There is no better example of honesty & forthrighness ( i've dealt with many lawyers in my lifetime & if you have a better example, I'd certainly like to hear it) .  I'd ( & have already ) recommend Rajiv for his unparalleled knowledge & honesty in a instant & have also, personally, gone back to him time and again - H1B , family visas, family GC, company visas etc etc etc - again & again......its a no-brainer for me... & yeah.. I'd put my money where my mouth is.... --DJ

Guestbook Entry for A Singh, United States

Name: 
A Singh
State: 
OK
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

I had an accident and am on disability while my green card adjustment of status application ( form I-485 ) has been pending for over 4 years. My I-140 had been approved about 5 years back but my case has been caught up in the visa backlogs at USCIS and Department of State. I wanted to know if there was any provision for help in the immigration laws, in case I am sent for long term disability or my employment is terminated before I receive my green card. I learnt that employment and disability are subjects to be discussed with a benefits or employment attorney. The only immigration benefits are via AC 21 or via a private bill. Also, that one should not loose the advance parole anytime while the AOS is pending. I want to thank Mr. Rajiv Khanna for his generosity with time and expert guidance. Over the phone I found him to have a very pleasant personality. he had me feel comfortable and didnt seem money minded at all.

USCIS Announces End of Parole Program in Moscow

WASHINGTON—U. S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) today announced it will no longer offer parole to Lautenberg category members who are denied refugee status in Moscow.  Individuals who have been offered parole by USCIS in Moscow must make plans to arrive in the United States by Sept. 30, 2011.

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AOS interview next week, mother in India on AP

I am a US citizen, had applied for my parents GC in October 2009. Mom underwent fingerprinting three times here, but did not get her AOS done in time. End of last year my father (who got his EAD and AOS smoothly) had emergency heary bypass here, and then they had to leave back for India for more tests. Mom left on AP. Subsequently I wrote a letter to NBC, MO to ask them to expedite my mothers case. Yesterday I received a letter stating that she has go to Philadelphia USCIS office next week for "Completion of application to register for Perm residence." Mom is in India now.

You need to contact USCIS customer service for guidance. Definitely put something down in writing that you are requesting a rescheduling. Maybe asking your Congressman's assistance is the best way to go for rescheduling.

Unless the context shows otherwise, all answers here were provided by Rajiv and were compiled and reported by our editorial team from comments and blog on immigration.com

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