I have had my J1 Waiver transfer and H1B visas through the firm , and had a very nice and fruitful experience,J1 waiver transfer was tricky and challenging but Rena Wadell and Anna Baker handled it successfully I would specially thank Rena Wadell and Diane Lombardo for their prompt and polite service ,I would definitely recommend them to any one unconditionally.
We have recently won a case for a physician working in several rural clinics as well as his private practice within a medically underserved area. We were retained following a denial of the I-140 petition for NIW. We filed an appeal as well as an amended (new) I-140 application to show that the physician had met the 5-year service requirements for an NIW. The applicant had moved from one medically underserved area to another while the original I-140 was pending. The issue was whether an “amendment” could have been filed in this case to notify USCIS of the move without an approved I-140.
E Visa company registrations - It is advisable for “E” visa companies to update “registration” files at post every year although there is no specific regulation.
Following-to-Join for adjustment cases - An applicant who is the principal alien and whose spouse or child now needs to follow to join can now continue to deal directly with posts in paths:
Work Done: J1 transfer, H1 and 485-finally approval of Green Card.I started working with Mr khanna's office for transferring my J1 waiver job from one state to another. His team has been extremely professional and helpful in the process. They have been helpful not only in transfer but also succesfully filing and getting my Green Card approved. I strongly recommend Rajiv's office to anyone with immigration issues. At every level I noticed special attention and exemplary professional standards that one seldom sees in todays world.I would like to thank all of your team members. Specifically Rena Waddell, Anna Baker, Heather Crump, Mark Riddick and of course Rajiv Khanna himself......
Once again Thank your such a wonderful teamwork and unique expertise provided by Rajiv in my case.
Nik Nihalani MD.
MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt”>I have utilized the services of Attorney Rajiv Khanna many times over the last 10 years and have 100% of the time been satisfied with the prompt, expert, and swift handling of the H1B and Green Card applications. Most recently I took over a very complicated immigration situation when I took over as the Chief Operating Officer for CCOM Medical Group. I was faced with an employee that was out of status and her whole immigration process had been mishandled by numerous attorney’s over several years. Rajiv’s staff quickly put together a plan, researched all the potential obstacles we could potentially run into, and executed parallel applications for an H1B visa and green card. The end result was obtaining an approved H1B visa for my employee and H-4 for her son along with an approved I-140 so that as her priority date comes up later this year she can get her green card. We are all very happy and appreciative of the fine work Rajiv and his staff did for our employee and CCOM Medical Group. In my ten year history in working with Rajiv he has never, ever, let me down and he and his staff are always conscious of ensuring I have the appropriate expected outcome in mind and am fully aware of any downside to a situation before it happens. I like to make informed decisions and Rajiv allows me to do that. Anyone reading my comments is more than welcome to contact me at FONT-FAMILY: Times New Roman”> (918) 683-0753.
We were recently retained by an employer who had received very poor legal advice and representation from two different lawyers because of which their employee and her children fell out of H-1 status AND were unlawfully present in USA since 2004. It appeared almost impossible that we will be able to get her back into status after a gap of over FIVE years, but it did work out. Today, we have received H-1 approval as well as the coveted I-94 for all family members.
I am currently on H1B extension (7th year ; with pending I-485 under NIW, and approved Advanced Parole & EAD) dating an American citizen. We want to get married in India. If I were to leave my current job in October 2009, and go to India (for making marriage arrangements), is it advisable to: 1. First get engaged here in the US and file for fiancé Visa while I am in US (and then travel to India) in order to re-enter US on a legal status. 2. Also do we have to get married in US again in order to provide proper legal marriage documentation and to file family based I-485 as spouse.
NIW applicants get their green card based upon an expectation of employment - not employment (unless you are a physician). So, if you have a job offer in your area of expertise, your travel on AP is fairly safe.
A legal marriage in India is fully recognized in USA.