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Guestbook Entry for Guru Ganesh, United States

Name: 
Guru Ganesh
Nonimmigrant Visas: 
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State: 
Wisconsin
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

Mr. Rajiv is very helpful and has enormous amount of experience. He also advises us correctly. He has the capability to clarify complex legal parlance to simple understandable terminology for clients.  His team with Anna Baker, Leslie are really thorough professionals.   They promptly respond to my emails on a daily basis and are incredibly adept from start to finish.   Ultimately, I can say that you are in safe hands.    

Guestbook Entry for Ashish, United States

Name: 
Ashish
Profession/Occupation: 
State: 
TX
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

I had a conference call with Mr. Khanna. I from India and have done my PhD. I was interested in filing for Green card through EB1 or NIW category. However, after looking at my CV he advised me that my case is not strong enough for either of the two. He said that whether I get the green card or not the lawyer will get paid, so I should be careful in selecting a category to file my green card under. This honesty really impressed me about him. I will take more legal advise before reaching a conclusion but at least Mr. Khanna was honest enough to give me his frank opinion and not take me for a ride as I have read about other attorneys / law firms. Thank you Mr. Khanna for your time !

Guestbook Entry for SOTIRIS TSITSIOS, Greece

Name: 
SOTIRIS TSITSIOS
Country: 
Greece
Comment: 

Hi i am from Greece i had a telephone conversation with Mr Khanna about EB1 and EB2 and NIW he was very helpful explaining to me that applications for the above are quite difficult for sb that has only a masters degree hence under his guidance i decided to do an MBA and later with his help to get H1B and  apply for the green card.  thanks , sotiris

Guestbook Entry for Carina, United States

Name: 
Carina
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

I contacted immigration.com., and got an email back the next day, and phone consult set up with Rajiv Khanna two days later.  He was extremely helpful, explaining to me the weaknesses and opportunities of my case, and actually gave me some reference point to talk to my employer.  I am grateful to Rajiv and his staff for their assistance, and would wholeheartedly recommend them to anyone looking for quality legal opinion on their immigration cases.

EB-1 for a visual artist

I am a visual artist and have the master degree in art. I exhibited in several countries including US , Canada , Greece etc..33 Years old..Worked as an assistant professor in Germany duration 1 year. Can I apply for EB-1?

That by itself may not be enough. You need to have evidence of sustained national/international acclaim.

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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EB-1 Outstanding Researcher approved for MS in EE and Telecom. Engg.

We filed an EB-1, Outstanding Researcher petition premium processing for the beneficiary who qualified based on her extraordinary contributions in applied sciences. Her substantial and highly innovative contributions paved the way for commercial manufacturing of flexible displays by major, well-known display manufacturing companies. The beneficiary’s commercialized research was well documented. She has over eight years of research experience in the nanotechnology field producing a multitude of patents.

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EB1 - stay requirements

Is there any rule that necessitates an EB1 Green Card holder to stay for a certain number of days in the USA every year? I travel frequently to various parts of the world for concerts or professional business. Will this impact on my Green Card status in anyway? I still file my taxes in the USA though.

All green card holders are required to make USA their permanent home. Otherwise, their green card can be taken away. Look into the option of reentry permit.

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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EB 1 approvals

I am Physician turned Business man in Pharmaceutical business feild with outstanding acheivements and almost 8 international and national awards in recognition of my contributions in the feild of business. I live outside of USA and got my EB1 approved in 21days time in Dec 09. I am looking forward to Consular process now. However, it is taking so long and I applied for I-824 now requesting USCIS to forward the copy of EB1 Approvals to NVC for consular processing. I would like to know how long it might take for me to obtain my Green Card and start living in the United States.

Typically, anywhere from 5-6 months to a year.

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L1A to EB1 from outside USA

I have completed 6.5 yrs in L1A in managerial role. Now the same employer wants me to stay outside of USA for few months. 1)Can we apply EB1 while being outside USA? 2)Do we have to apply for L1 A extn for remaining 6 months of 7 yrs while applying for EB1? 3)Can a new employer sponsor L1A and apply for EB1 while entering the country?

EB1 can be applied while you are outside USA. A new employer can sponsor only after you have worked for them for one year outside USA.

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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