We won a case for a Ph.D. in Accounting under the Outstanding Researcher and Professor Category. This individual had over nine years of teaching and research experience. He held a position as an Assistant Professor at a prestigious academic institution. He was noted for innovative and pioneering work in his field as well as significant contributions to accounting principles. This applicant was awarded for outstanding teaching each year from his students and fellow professors.
Outstanding Researcher, Professor
We won a case for an Outstanding Researcher who had over 23 years of research experience. She was considered one of the foremost experts in the field of medical research. She has an extensive publication record along with a multitude of presentations. This applicant was working on such illnesses as asthma, allergies and other lung ailments. Her innovative and pioneering work was recognized by the number of manuscripts accepted for publication in high impact journals.
We won a case for an Outstanding Researcher who worked for a private company. This applicant provided substantial evidence regarding the company's accomplishments and ability to pay as well as documentation of the 3 full-time researchers on staff. We were also able to provide evidence that the applicant qualified by providing his publications, patented work, membership in a prestigious professional society, extensive presentation listing as well as years of industry experience.
We won an Outstanding Researcher case for a Research Associate Ph.D. in Instrumentation and Master of Science in Materials Science with over 13 years experience. We argued that with his extensive list of achievements, i.e. 11 refereed journal articles, 7 manuscripts currently under review, 11 publications in conference proceedings, peer reviewing of manuscripts and selection as a doctoral fellow at a world-renowned institute, he more than qualified for the category. This applicant's work was funded and supported by NASA.
We won an Outstanding Researcher case following a Request for Evidence, which included a detailed offer of employment request. The applicant had over 13 years research experience, a multitude of scholarly publications in prestigious, international, peer-reviewed journals, numerous requests for reviews and significant contributions to the field of Polymer Science as well as "invitations" to present his innovative research findings.
Mr. Khanna successfully represented me in my green card petition for the Outstanding Researcher category. We submitted the I140 on April 24, 2003 and I485 on September 12, 2003, with the Texas Service Center. I received I140 approval on January 11, 2005 and I485 was approved on January 13, 2005. There has been no request for further evidence throughout the whole process.
I am extremely satisfied with the services and grateful to Mr. Khanna for the professional work he has done for me. He was extremely professional and supportive through the whole process. His advice to submit the two applications concurrently has been crucial for me having now the passport stamped with the green card approval.
To me, Mr Khanna was supportive as if I would have been his relative, not his client. I have gone through some scary moments because of the March 2004 memo which I am convinced it significantly slowed down my entire case. I also had one glitch with my current employer, which, at his advice, I was able to overcome. I was worried about not having the I140 approved for so long and almost lost hope that anything good is going to result. Mr. Khanna was very confident in the case he put together for me and for very good reasons. You can trust that if he is going to accept your case he is confident that your application will be approved and he will be there with you for the whole journey.
Finally, I have very good words for Mr. Khanna's staff, especially Ms. Suman Bhasin and Ms. Diane Lombardo. As a client you can call or e-mail his office at any time and you will promptly find his staff at the other end helping you. They will constantly help you put all the bits together and understand the meaning of every step of the process.
For all people out there contemplating on embarking to this journey I can confidently say that you will have in Mr. Khanna the best professional advice and work along with something money cannot buy, your best friend.
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We won an EB1 Outstanding Researcher/Professor case for an applicant holding an M.B.B.S. This applicant had over eight years of teaching and research experience in addition to his experience practicing as an Internal Medicine physician. He was world-renowned for his exceptional contributions to his field of medicine. We offered 17 exceptional recommendation letters from experts around the world who acknowledged the high level of achievement of this individual.
We won this case for an applicant with over twelve years research experience. We were able to provide evidence to reflect the multiple contributions to the metallurgy and metal physics industry made by the applicant. He was the recipient of numerous international awards. He was also a member of many prestigious professional societies.
We won this case with an applicant having over fourteen years of research experience in major industry. We were able to provide 7 letters of recommendation from internationally known scientists. This applicant made great strides in the advancements in hepatitis C research . His work was admired worldwide.
We won this case for the applicant who had an extensive publication record with over 40 publications at the time of filing. The recommendation letters noted his extraordinary talents and unique background as well as his vast knowledge in optical telecommunications. This applicant was requested to review for a world-renowned electrical engineering professional society journal.