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USCIS Publishes FAQs on Entrepreneurs And EB-2 Visa

Questions and Answers

Q1. Where can I find the laws governing the Employment Based Second Preference (EB-2) Immigrant Visa Category?
A1. The statutory requirements may be found in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) at Section 203(b)(2).  The regulatory requirements may be found in the Title 8 Code of Federal Regulations (8 CFR) at section 204.5(k).

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Guestbook Entry for Mohammed Yaseen, United States

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Mohammed Yaseen
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Minnesota
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United States
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I am happy and delighted to inform that we are greened after a wait of 6 years from the start of green card process. Through out this journey Rajiv ji and his team were so detailed, deligent and very informative in handling of our cases. They are very professional and prompt in resolving any issues with USCIS. My specila thanks to Mathew ji and Bharathi ji for personally handling my cases throught out these years. And Kudos to Rajiv for leading such a dedicated team and spending his valuable time when ever his inputs were needed. I strongly recommend law office of Rajis S khanna for you immigration needs. Best Wishes and Good Luck! Mohammed.

Guestbook Entry for DK, United States

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DK
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Their 24-hour turnaround time no matter what the issue is the most refreshing customer experience service you can get. I am really glad to have them dealing with my immigration & non-immigration matters. Thank you.

Am I eligible for EB-2 or is it too early for green card

I am with a major US university as professor for only 9 months (H1B). Physician+PhD, 16 years professional experience in Europe, 20 papers, 1 book. Am I eligible for EB2 or is it too early to apply for EB green card?

You are certainly eligible for EB2 and you must apply as soon as possible. Professorial jobs can reuse existing advertisements if they file PERM within 18 months of when the job was offered to them. You should also have your resume assessed for a simultaneous EB1 application.

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Do I qualify for EB-2 ?

I did three year bachelor of computer science degree from India in June 2005.Then I joined master of computer Applications program (M.C.A) in India in Aug 2005 (3 year program). While still being enrolled in masters degree program, I joined a full time job in a software company in Jan 2006. I was awarded master of computer applications(3 year degree)in 2008, until dec 2010 (5 years) I worked with the same company in a full time job. after i moved to us. Now I am working with US based company from 7 months as a full time employee.(total experience 5 years 7 months).Do I qualify for EB-2.

You qualify.

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Guestbook Entry for Divya, United States

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Divya
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Sehgal
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United States
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I would like to thank the team of Mr. Khanna. He has been of great help. Initially they filed my case for H1B and got approved with no problem and now I am applying through Mr. Khanna and Mr. Mathew for EB2 GC. My case is very complicated so Khanna ji gave two consutations without any charge and spoke about all the details. My employer offered me her attorney but still I have so much of confidence in Mr. Khanna that I am filling through him. I am sure despite my case being so different, he will leave no stones unturned to represent my case in the best manner. I will update as we will progress. Once again Mr. Khanna thanks for being so cooperative and visionary.

Guestbook Entry for kiran, United States

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kiran
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NJ
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United States
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I would like to take this opportunity to thank Law Offices of Rajiv S. Khanna and team for their expertise and especially guidance they provide to the client. I have applied for PERM few months back and got certified. Special thanks to Amrita who took over my case.

Guestbook Entry for Sreenath, United States

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Sreenath
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WI
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United States
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Thanks a lot for all your efforts in helping me get to this stage in my immigration journey. Me and my spouse received our green cards last weekend. The journey started back in 2006. I have had a totally professional experience with Rajiv’s team. Hope I did not miss anyone who has helped me in this journey. I would like to sincerely thank Pramita, Vani, Mathew, Rita, Bharathi and above all Rajiv for all your efforts. My special thanks to Prerna Mehta for answering all my queries patiently for the last 4 years. 

Chances to get EB2 with B.Sc.

I have B.Sc. from Israel(06/2002) At 10/2002 I started M.Sc. At the same time I was working as QA eng.(1.5 years) and was checking exercises and exams in university. I stopped my M.Sc. in the middle and joined the company I am working for till now. After 3 years I was relocated to US. Currently I am 4 years in relocation and decided to apply for green card. The law firm, my company works with, decided that I should be on EB3 path. What are my chances to get the EB2 with B.Sc.(Israel)+1.5 years in QA(Israel)+3 years development(Israel)+4 years development(US)?

Your degree must be equivalent to a US Bach. degree. Incomplete degrees are not counted for EB2.

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 Parmpreet Singh Bajaj, United States

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Parmpreet Singh Bajaj
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CA
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United States
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Rajiv Khanna Ji is prominent figure in Immigration Lawyers community.He represented us for H1-B and Green card.He provided us excellent professional services at very reasonable rates.He is our Attorney  but like elder  family members always help us with good advice on all our immigration related issues.We are highly satisfy with his services and I strongly recommend every body for immigration issues ”call our beloved Khanna ji”.

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