We obtained an L-1 transfer for the president of a company where the company, after one year of operation underwent a structural change impacting the relationship between the company abroad and the company in the U.S. There were some complex issues of ownership and control. We successfully transferred the beneficiary to a new company that was spun off through the structural change .
We obtained an L-1A for the director of a consulting company ("think tank") that interprets the impact of political events on financial markets and keeps institutional investors informed on U.S. and world events.
We were able to obtain a series of L-1A approvals despite earlier denials. We showed through substantial evidence that a franchise operation may qualify for L-1 visas.
USCIS denied an L-1A (filed by the corporate counsel) because the buyer was not considered to be an executive/manager. She was not supervising any personnel. We were retained to refile the case. We won the case by showing that though she did not have supervisory responsibility; she was an executive level employee.
Vikas and his team did an outstanding job and meticulously guided us through the process to quick success. Thanks.
I am writing this in testimony of the very professional service that Rajiv Khanna's firm has provided to us for successfully petitioning for our L1A and L2 visas.
I am very happy to particularly mention and thank Savita Krishnamurthy who has been our counsel and point person. Savita has supported us with excellent professional advice on all aspects of our petition. At the same time, she has been very prompt in her responses to all our queries (and those were more than a few!! . Overall she has helped to make it a smooth and painless experience for us to get the approvals.
I strongly recommend Rajiv's firm for anybody looking for prompt effective professional service for their immigration requirements.
We would like to thank The Law Offices of Rajiv S. Khanna, specially Savita for helping us get through our green card journey. They were very helpful, courteous, prompt and knowledgeable about the whole process.
The whole experience was very smooth, we just had to provide the required documents and information. It is very important to have a highly qualified and professional Law Office on your side for such a critical process.
I would highly recommend them to everyone for all immigration related matters.
Thank you so much to Rajiv, Savita, Leila, and everyone else who handled our cases.
It's very nice to be back to the client's feedback section within a year. Do I need to mention that Rajiv & his team are the best in the business and we can not find a more considerate person than Savita at his office. I have no words to write my feelings of happiness working with Rajiv and professional team
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I am currently on H-1B , which expires on 20 Jan 2018 , Instead of filing H-1B extension my employer filed for my COS on L-1A , As i meet all the eligibility criteria. I also have my EB-1C I-140 approved , but we cannot file 485 as the dates are not current. My L-1A COS is rejected (Denied) . Will this impact my already approved I-140 ?Rajiv and were compiled and reported by our editorial team from comments and blog on immigration.com