Adjustment of Status

Guestbook Entry for Narasimha Raghavan, United States

Name: 
Narasimha Raghavan
State: 
Connecticut
Country: 
United States
Homepage: 
Adjustment of status
Comment: 
I applied green card for me and my family through Rajiv Khanna’s office and it went through successfully. Its been a great experience working with his team throughout the process. Diane Lombart was the one assigned to my case from their end. She has been very supportive, responsive and encouraging. No matter how many questions that you put or how many emails that you send, she handled all of them very patiently. She very well understands the emotions one goes through (eagerness, frustrations etc) during this process and be was very supportive during tough times. Thanks Diane for all the support!!

Guestbook Entry for Joseph Lesmana, United States

Name: 
Joseph Lesmana
State: 
California
Nonimmigrant Visas: 
Profession/Occupation: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
Great help and follow through every queries from USCIS in detail. Mr. Khanna team is very helpfull. From the start of my H1 until my GC

Guestbook Entry for Shoba Marudur, United States

Name: 
Shoba Marudur
State: 
Georgia (GA)
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

While the process of application to adjustment of status for my mother-in-law was in progress, (sponsored by my husband, a US citizen), my FIL and MIL came to India for a personal reason and there my FIL got into a medical emergency. My mother-in-law's finger print got rejected and they wanted conduct certificate for last 5 years wherever she lived. Now she is not in a position to travel to US until my FIL health gets stable, but we didn't know how to get the conduct certificate from US without her. That's where Mr. Khanna suggested I contact a congressman of our district and explain him the situation so that he will be able to solve the issue by talking to Immigration officers. This was definitely a helpful suggestion. I am yet to contact the congressman. Will let you know the results soon. Thank you very much for Khanna and his team for doing this great service free of cost.

Guestbook Entry for Chandra, United States

Name: 
Chandra
State: 
Texas
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
Rajiv Is an amazing attorney, extremely knowledgeable on immigration matters, he understands even the complex cases right away and gives the best solutions. Even with his busy schedules he is always reachable to his clients. The staff of Law offices of Rajiv S Khanna is very nice and reachable all the time, personally I am with them for the last couple of years and their office has followed up my I-485 case with USCIS and moved it to the local office to get an interview. I would highly recommend them for all immigration related matters. Please feel to contact me if you need any other information.

AOS Visa Interview at Denver

Name: 
Rorya
Country: 
United States

Had my interview today and the officer who was a lady was awesome. Very friendly and she had no hidden agenda to try and prove our marriage wrong. This is how interviews for this should be versus some of the horror stories you hear.

The only document she asked for was to see originals of: marriage cert, birth cert of me and spouse. She then asked for any documents I had showing joint documents: I handed her bank acc, and medical document showing joint memberships. Thats it!! She didnt even ask to see 1 photograph!! She took I-94.

AOS Interview Experiences at San Jose

Name: 
Hbr11
Country: 
United States
I havent posted my interview experience elsewhere, so am just going to write it in here. I must say that I was not too prepared for the interview (esp compared to most of you), since I had been traveling all that week, and since I am basically lazy
My interview was for 9am, so we reached the DO 15 min before 9. There was no line at security, and we quickly made our way to the upstairs waiting room. I must say that the security guy here was much nicer than the ones at the front.

I-485 Filed While Applicant is Outside United States

Can an I-485 (Adjustment of Status) application be filed while the applicant is outside the United States?

No. It is required that the applicant be on U.S. soil when the application is submitted. For those applying from outside the United States, Consular Processing would be in order.

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 Stanley Paul, United States

Name: 
Stanley Paul
State: 
Louisiana
Profession/Occupation: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
We have used the services of the law offices of Rajiv Khanna for the past 4 years in the processing of our Green Card application (EB 2). I found the team very approachable and knowledgable. Whenever I contacted them with questions regarding my case, they were prompt in their respnse. Recently, I had an opportunity to consult with Mr. Khanna, and that has given me the confidence that our case is in good hands.

Guestbook Entry for Shiri Vivek, United States

Name: 
Shiri Vivek
State: 
MI
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
I must say that having Mr. Khanna as my attorney was a great experience. He filed my EB1 I-140 and the case got approved without an RFE. Before filing I had several conversations with Mr. Khanna. He was always available to talk and would give advice, backing it up with rules and regulations. He knows the requirements well and is great with clients…making sure your concerns are addressed at any point in the process and that the process goes as it should. I will recommend him whole heartedly.

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