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Guestbook Entry for George Jacob, India

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George Jacob
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India
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Dear All, I have started my consultation with Rajiv and as of date have got genuine feedback on my profile. He was open and straight in his comments about my NIW case. Now I am working with Rajiv to get L1-A done for me. Have the belief that my L1-A petition would be through and successful. Thanks You very Much. 

Guestbook Entry for Mayur Gajendragadkar, United States

Name: 
Mayur Gajendragadkar
State: 
Kentucky
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United States
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<SPAN style=”FONT-FAMILY: arial,helvetica,sans-serif”>Both my L1A visa related work and my EB1C related work is done by Rajiv’s Law office.&nbsp; My experience with them was simply awesome. They know the process well and they 1st understand the profile and about company and guide us accordingly. I think they are really a subject matter expert in this.SPAN> <SPAN style=”FONT-FAMILY: arial,helvetica,sans-serif”>Also I appreciate the response time, Anna worked on my L1A and Diane worked on my GC application and both were kind, pateient and prompt in responding any query. They patiently asnwered all my queries during the process. SPAN><SPAN style=”FONT-FAMILY: arial,helvetica,sans-serif”>I got my GC in 2 month’s time after filing and it was quick. You get personalize service during the process and which is very important since you are sure about what you are submitting to the department. SPAN><SPAN style=”FONT-FAMILY: arial,helvetica,sans-serif”>Overall it was very plesant experience working with Rajiv’s office and will definately recommend this office for all future immigrants.SPAN> <SPAN style=”FONT-FAMILY: arial,helvetica,sans-serif”>Good luck Rajiv and his team.SPAN> <SPAN style=”FONT-FAMILY: arial,helvetica,sans-serif”>&nbsp;SPAN> <SPAN style=”FONT-FAMILY: arial,helvetica,sans-serif”>&nbsp;SPAN> <SPAN style=”FONT-FAMILY: arial,helvetica,sans-serif”>&nbsp;SPAN> <SPAN style=”FONT-FAMILY: arial,helvetica,sans-serif”>&nbsp;SPAN> <SPAN style=”FONT-FAMILY: arial,helvetica,sans-serif”>&nbsp;SPAN>

L-1A to EB-1

I am on L-1A (been about 4 years) from company A and in closing stages of getting a very good offer from company B. Both A & B are global corporations. For company A, I oversee business across continents (Both North America & Latin America). Company B is very keen on having me on board. 1. What are all the possible options on visa front so that I can join company B? 2. What is the quickest option that can help me get on to company B? 3. If I want GC, can company B file for it when am still on payroll of company A - if so, can it be EB-1?

Since A and B are not related, H-1B is the only obvious option to join B. B can start your green card even before you join, but it will not be EB1 (international manager/exec.).

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L-1A Visa and Green Card Application

What is the chance for a L-1A visa holder of 9 years experience (2 years in USA) to qualify for a EB-1 category. Catch here is the original company which provided the L-1A visa will not apply for GC. Can I apply for GC myself in EB-1 category?

You or any company not a part of the L-1A employer cannot apply for green card based upon your international manager/executive status.

 

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L-1 A to Greencard

I work for company A for the last 7 years. I have been a manager with the same company for 5+ years. I am now in US for past 1 year on L-1 A Blanket visa. My current employer is not agreeing to file my GC. Some one told me that the scenario listed below is possible. Scenario: Identify a new employer who is ready to sponsor my GC. Since GC is about future permanent employment, that employer can directly file my EB1. I can join the new employer once my EAD comes through. Is this possible?

Not entirely true. The GC IS for a future job. An employer CAN, based upon a good faith intention to hire you in the future, file a GC for you even while you are not working for them. But, an EB1 for an international manager/executive can only be filed by a company related to the company you worked for when you were outside USA.

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Guestbook Entry for Naveen Gupta, India

Name: 
Naveen Gupta
State: 
Delhi
Nonimmigrant Visas: 
Country: 
India
Comment: 
Hi, I had a query about L1-A processing with a very specific challenge I was facing. I took 15 mins consultation and paid $220 but I tell you, it was REALLY WORTH it. Not only Mr. Khanna helped counter that challenge but also he told me a way to overcome it completely. I really appreciate Mr. Khanna’s professionalism and really greatful to him THANKS a LOT for all your help!

I-94 Extension Time

I have a L1-A VISA through company Blanket. I have visa up to 2013. But my blanket expires in 2011-dec. I got I-94 up to Dec-2011. I have already applied for I-94 extension. How long will it take?

It can take a few months. You can apply for premium processing even when the case is filed and pending.

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Guestbook Entry for Gaurav A., United States

Name: 
Gaurav A.
Profession/Occupation: 
Nonimmigrant Visas: 
State: 
NY
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
I cannot thank enough the Law Offices of Mr. Khanna for getting me and my wife our L1-A and L2 approvals. A special thank you to Mr. Jagbir, who assisted us, guided us and was there for us the entire time. He was very patient, helpful and informative, and Mr. Khanna was always available to answer my never ending questions. I can confidently say that it is because of their hard work and dedication to this case that we got our approval. We had a very complicated case whereby our LI-A had already expired, and the extension was denied. Mr. Jagbir presented our case with updated information and new evidence, and after he responded to the RFE with a 700 page file, our case was approved. Thank you so very much Mr. Khanna, Mr. Jagbir and Ms. Anna, we will forever be indebted to you.&nbsp;

L-1A holders trying for EB-1

I have 6 years experience with the same company with 4 years experience in US itself. I am on L1A visa and I have only a 4 year Bachelor Computer Science engineering degree. What GC category will I fall under?

L-1A holders should try under EB1. You could be done in a year.

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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