Appeals and MTR - Green Card
Got GC problems?? Talk to Rajiv Khanna. That's exactly what I can say to all of those who are facing trouble in thier GC filing In 2006 I got my labor approved. I filed for I-140 in Nov-2006. And then 485 in Aug 2007. On 2009 Jan 6th I had received an Email from USCIS that my I-140 had been denied. There was no MTR given in my case and USCIS made a point that my consulting company got my labor in fraudulent manner and my I-40 can't be approved. My consulting company lawyer said there is nothing anyone can do in my case. So I contacted Rajiv Khanna. He took my case as if he is fighting for own. And he assured me that USCIS is wrong is denying my case. He himself prepared all the paperwork and involved me in all conference calls. I could listen very carefully on how he dicatated the case to his team and his team polished the necessary items further before filing the case. Rajiv Khanna and his team takes every case personally. They are the best. On 2010 Jan 2nd I received another mail from USCIS. Said my I-140 case has been approved. I never would have thought that I can start New Year like that. My kudos to Rajiv Khanna and his team (Mathew, Sheena) who always responded to my email regarding all case related queries and provided help in best possible way. Please do not hesitate to send me an email if you like to any other questions. But I would suggest and say it again. Rajiv Khanna is the Man you want to talk to for all your GC issues. Thank you Rajeev. I truly appreciate the way you worked on my case.
I have been working with Mr. Khanna for the past few years or so and it is such a pleasure working with him and his team members. I have worked with quite a few attorneys in the area and can easily rate him as the best of the lot. Dealing with immigration issues can be nerve wracking and frustrating especially when you have a 2% chance for success. But his in-depth knowledge of the law, his professional and pragmatic approach is very reassuring. You never feel rushed when discussing things with him and he is happy to answer all questions with patience. Would definitely recommend him.
We have received a series of reversals and remands from the USCIS appeals office (“AAO”) where we had argued that the USCIS had erroneously and illegally revoked approved I-140 petitions. The grounds of appeal in the cases involved:
Failure to prove qualifications of employee because the documentation of experience was insufficient;
Successorship-in-interest of companies, where one company was acquired by another;