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Guestbook Entry for Tarun Chopra, United States

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Tarun Chopra
State: 
Arizona
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United States
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Rajiv Khanna or Murthy?
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Rajiv Khanna took my EB2 portability case (from EB3 PD of July/2004) got all approvals. Recently I got Green Card. Earlier, I used another attorney to port EB3 but PERM was audited and then rejected. All the money invested there was a complete loss of time and money, not to mention all the frustation that comes along with any rejection. Rajiv Khanna and team are best in business. They are priced flat so they really want to take care of your case in most efficient manner. If it takes more time initially to “prep-up” for case then they want to make sure that all grounds are covered in case they are audited. Trust them! they know what they are doing. Now the big question - Rajiv Khanna or Murthy? Pretty much thats what you have been thinking anyways. My vote goes to Rajiv Khanna all the way. Why? Its very Simple, initial consulation was very direct, free and it was with Rajiv Khanna himself plus his team. Any decision made on file was consulted with Rajiv Khanna. If I ever wanted to talk to Rajiv Khanna about any thing around my case, his team would setup an appointment and I would be able to get answers in no time. Again, they charge flat fees so I never paid for any of sessions I had with Rajiv directly. His knowledge, experience and humble approach makes big difference. I am glad I don’t have to go through Green Card processing again, but if I do, I would blindly pick Rajiv Khanna to guide me through again.

Guestbook Entry for Joseph Lesmana, United States

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Joseph Lesmana
State: 
California
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United States
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Great help and follow through every queries from USCIS in detail. Mr. Khanna team is very helpfull. From the start of my H1 until my GC

Demand Data Used in the Determination of Employment Preference Cut-Off Dates

Each month, the Visa Office subdivides the annual preference and foreign state limitations specified by the INA into monthly allotments based on totals of documentarily qualified immigrant visa applicants reported at consular posts and CIS Offices, grouped by foreign state chargeability, preference category, and priority date. If there are sufficient numbers in a particular category to satisfy all reported documentarily qualified demand, the category is considered "Current." For example: If the monthly allocation target is 3,000 and there is only demand for 1,000 applicants, the category w

EB-2 I-140 Request for Evidence

We filed an EB-2 I-140 Petition for a petitioner corporation and a beneficiary Senior Systems Analyst. The USCIS sent us a Request for Evidence (RFE), requesting information proving that the petitioner would be in an employer/employee relationship with the beneficiary and that the petitioner had the ability to pay the proffered wages for all of the beneficiaries for whom it had petitioned.

We filed a lengthy response with nearly forty exhibits. The petition was approved less than three weeks later.

Guestbook Entry for Shahnavaz Kadirmohideen, United States

Name: 
Shahnavaz Kadirmohideen
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State: 
VA
Country: 
United States
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Very satisfied
Comment: 
I have been working with Prerna and Mr. Khanna for several months now to convert my EB3 to EB2. They have been very responsive each time and I really appreciate that when it comes to big firms. In the past, my trouble with other firms were with responsiveness. I would give 5 out of 5.

Green Card Eligibility Under EB-2 Classification

Is it necessary for a beneficiary petitioned for Green Card under EB-2 classification (based on a U.S Master’s Degree) to have a degree from an accredited U.S. university?

A Beneficiary’s degree must be from an accredited university in order for the Beneficiary to be considered eligible for a Green Card under EB-2 classification. Evidence such as SEVIS certification or state board approval, which confirm that the university is a legitimate educational institution, is not sufficient to show accreditation for Green Card purposes.

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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Completed Master's Degree in One Year

I have a Master’s Degree in Science. I have been awarded the final Degree certificate by the University. But I completed the conventional 2 year program in just 1 year. Will USCIS see my M.Sc degree incomplete?

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 Raja R. Iyengar, United States

Name: 
Raja R. Iyengar
State: 
Virginia
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United States
Comment: 
I have known Mr. Khanna and his team for over 15 years now, and have exclusively used their services any time there has been an immigration related need personally or for my organization. They just have a knack for getting things done and I will unequivocally recommend their services to anyone.

Qualifying Degrees for EB-2

What degrees qualify for EB-2?

In June 2007, the USCIS clarified what is considered to be equivalent to a U.S. Master’s Degree for Employment-Based Category 2. Each petition and its supporting documentation are examined on a case-by-case basis and degree equivalencies are based on the evidence presented with the individual case. However, the below is provided as a general outline:

1. U.S. Master’s Degree – As long as it is in the field required, no additional document is required.

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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PERM - Labor Certification, DOL, Government Error

We filed a PERM application under EB-2 for a Senior Programmer Analyst’s position early this year. Three months later, U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued an Audit Notification. Immediately following our response, DOL denied the application, citing that our audit response did not include a copy of the job order.

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