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I-140 RFE – Progressive Experience

How does one prove that five years’ experience gained while working for one employer, with one job title is progressively responsible in nature? 

That issue was key in a recent EB-2, I-140 petition. USCIS issued a Request For Evidence (RFE) alleging that although the employee had the requisite experience, he had failed to establish that his experience had grown progressively responsible after receipt of his Bachelor’s degree.

Guestbook Entry for Parox, India

Name: 
Parox
State: 
New Delhi
Profession/Occupation: 
Nonimmigrant Visas: 
Immigration.com: 
Green Card: 
Country: 
India
Comment: 
I would like to thank Mr. Khanna for giving special attention to advice me regarding my queries. I look forward to work with him for all my future requirments.

PERM Proof of Advertising Materials

We represented a consulting company and their employee, a Senior Quality Assurance Analyst.  USDOL had denied PERM certification after an audit holding that we had failed to submit tear sheets from our Sunday advertisements.  We filed the appropriate motion establishing that it was highly likely, if not certain, that the tear sheets were in fact submitted.  We provided evidence from our files, affidavits, and proof of our firm’s normal business practice.The case was approved in less than three weeks.

Guestbook Entry for Balaji Balasubramaniam, United States

Name: 
Balaji Balasubramaniam
Green Card: 
State: 
NJ
Country: 
United States
Homepage: 
Rajiv S Khanna and his team provide exemplary service in guiding all towards immigration matters
Comment: 
Rajiv S Khanna and his team provide exemplary service in guiding all towards immigration matters

EB-2-NIW–Physician in MUA

We represented a physician working for a healthcare network within several counties of a Medically Underserved Area (MUA). Initially, we submitted the required documents, but the tricky issue was the division of the physician’s service over several counties. The approval in this case required that we work closely with officials from the State Health Department to provide proper documentation and verification of the full-time nature of the job, albeit across several areas and proof of physician shortage within each area.

Guestbook Entry for Shweta, United States

Name: 
Shweta
State: 
New Jersey
Green Card: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
I had several pending I-485 application family-based as well as employment based. I withdrew family-based yet I received an interview notice for the same. I was quite concerned about its impact on my remaining GC applications. Mr. Khanna’s team had no obligation to provide any counsel, since I was not their client anymore. Yet Mr. Khanna made himself available and provided guidance. Mr. Khanna’s law firm offers more than just handling of the legal process… they go above and beyond to create a sense of community and offer a great service to folks dealing with varying immigration circumstances. It was a truly humble gesture on his part and its really comforting to know that you have Mr. Khanna’s firm by your side, if needed.  Many thanks for all the help… truly appreciated. 

Guestbook Entry for Swati Kohli, India

Name: 
Swati Kohli
Immigration.com: 
Green Card: 
State: 
India
Country: 
India
Comment: 
We had a short call with Mr. Khanna to evaluate our case under certain category. He was upright honest with his comments and suggested us an approach in our favour. The call was without a charge. I am sure i will take all my actions with his consultations in the future.

Contacting USCIS when EB-3 is Changed to EB-2

How do I contact the USCIS Service Centers to inform that a priority date is current, that an EB case has been upgraded from EB-3 to EB-2, or that dependents have been separated from the principal applicant’s petition?

Send an email to the Nebraska Service Center at NCSCfollowup.NSC@dhs.gov

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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