Employment Based Green Cards Guestbook Entries

Guestbook Entry for Pourya Pourmeshki, Iran

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Name: 
Pourya Pourmeshki
Green Card: 
State: 
Tehran
Immigration.com: 
Country: 
Iran
Comment: 

Directed to a scheduled time and date by his office consultation with Mr. Khanna via phone was a very helpful one for me.Guiding me through the realities about EB1, I found it more heavy than it looks for me. suggestions about NIW and EB2 categories was an important tip for me and I found them more compatible with my circumstances.I really appreciate the sense of responsibility and honesty I found in the consultation.For sure I will consult with Rajiv Khannas offices of law in the future.

Guestbook Entry for Shweta, United States

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Name: 
Shweta
Green Card: 
State: 
New Jersey
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 Hetvi Patel, United States

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Name: 
Hetvi Patel
Green Card: 
Profession/Occupation: 
Nonimmigrant Visas: 
State: 
Tx
Country: 
United States
Homepage: 
Highly recommand
Comment: 

I am very impresed with the prompt reply of all my emails. Mr.Rajiv is giving very honest opinion.  We scheduled a conference call with him which was on time and he was really taking time to make us understand the situation of our case and how to proceed next.  He didn't charge anything for the call.  We heartly appreciate his time and guidance provided to us.         

Guestbook Entry for Ishita Sengupta, United States

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Name: 
Ishita Sengupta
Green Card: 
State: 
Virginia
Profession/Occupation: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

We consulted with Mr. Rajiv Khanna on our possibilities of getting a GC through EB1. He was the first lawyer we talked to who was very honest with us and even suggested waiting for the new immigration law to be passed to make our case easier. In addtiton this was our our first phone call  consultation with him and he didn't charge us for it which was amazing because my own lawyer who is doing my EB2 case charges us for an hour even for a 5 minute phone-call for any clarification. He was a refreshing change from all the lawyerswe talked to. Mr. Khanna was really interested when he talked to us and gave us honest advice which I appreciated immensely. I regret that he was recommended to us after I had already processed by EB2 application with another lawyer. I would highly recommend him to all immigrants who are looking to file for their GC. I have talked to many other lawyers in the DC metro area and by far he was the best lawyer I have talked to!

Guestbook Entry for Tarun Chopra, United States

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Name: 
Tarun Chopra
State: 
Arizona
Profession/Occupation: 
Green Card: 
Country: 
United States
Homepage: 
Rajiv Khanna or Murthy?
Comment: 

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 Shahnavaz Kadirmohideen, United States

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Name: 
Shahnavaz Kadirmohideen
Glossary: 
State: 
VA
Green Card: 
Country: 
United States
Homepage: 
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.

Guestbook Entry for sid sinha, United States

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Name: 
sid sinha
State: 
NJ
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

Our Firm is going to avail Mr Khanna's legal services for filing our NEW  GC cases, till now we have had a great time in understanding each other's view point and what ever we have experienced  is "Great pofessionalisim" from Mr khanna & his team. Unlike many other immigration firm where you can't  have access to the attorney unless you pay. Looking forward to work with your firm.[img]http://www.immigration.com/sites/all/libraries/tinymce/jscripts/tiny_mce...

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