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Guestbook Entry for Raj, United States

Name: 
Raj
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State: 
Ohio
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
Thanks so much to Mr Rajiv Khanna. He is a true gentleman and extremely helpful. He was kind enough to spare time from his busy schedule to help me out and answer critical questions regarding my immigration situation. I am extremely impressed by his professionalism and eagerness to help. I strongly recommend him and his team to everyone .

Avoiding PERM through EB-2 category

If one applies through EB2 category can the PERM also be avoided then?

You can avoid the need for PERM through EB-2 only if you are applying for a National Interest Waiver.

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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EB2 Master's equivalency and employer

Regarding EB-2 application, which is more likely to be approved (or faster), the Master's equivalency (BS graduate to be evaluated in a university to be master's equivalent) OR the 5 years progressive experience? There's only one Occupational Therapist that I know personally who was approved and it was through the Master's equivalency (she didn't even have 5 years experience). Also, would it rely/depend on the employer's capability to support documents or does it also depend on how meticulous the lawyer is with the details to be submitted in the USCIS?

It all begins with the lawyers. So, make sure your counsel are meticulous and plan for every possible eventuality they can think of. The job HAS to be described truthfully.

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 Pavan Kumar Uppu, United States

Name: 
Pavan Kumar Uppu
Green Card: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
After a long journey in becoming a permanent resident, with the help of Rajiv and his team, I have become a PR recently. Had to go through some tough situations with the immigration during the process. Rajiv and his team did an excellent job in helping me through those tough situations and were always available to answer all my questions and provide valuable advise. Thank you much Rajiv and all the supporting staff who have contributed. Thank You.

Guestbook Entry for Harpal, United States

Name: 
Harpal
State: 
TN
Green Card: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
Finding Mr. Rajiv Khanna, was the best thing that could have happened to me for achieving my GC approval. My GC case was little bit complicated coz i moved to different location before my 140 approval but he handled my case with professionalism and dedication like no other. He explained all the steps of the process and kept me informed on how things were progressing. He gathered all the necessary documents, was always attentive to me, receiving my calls and answering my questions with great patience. Ms. Heather and Mr. Mark helped me always with all my concerns and resolving my issues independently or/and with the help of Mr Rajiv. Infinite thanks to Mr. Rajiv, Ms. Heather & Mr. Mark for being always on the lookout. I can finally say I’m American resident in record time, completely changed my life and I am absolutely sure I would not have done it without their help. Recommend 100% .. they are the best … I will always be indebted to them! Great lawyer with efficient Team!!

Guestbook Entry for A Singh, United States

Name: 
A Singh
State: 
OK
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
I had an accident and am on disability while my green card adjustment of status application ( form I-485 ) has been pending for over 4 years. My I-140 had been approved about 5 years back but my case has been caught up in the visa backlogs at USCIS and Department of State. I wanted to know if there was any provision for help in the immigration laws, in case I am sent for long term disability or my employment is terminated before I receive my green card. I learnt that employment and disability are subjects to be discussed with a benefits or employment attorney. The only immigration benefits are via AC 21 or via a private bill. Also, that one should not loose the advance parole anytime while the AOS is pending. I want to thank Mr. Rajiv Khanna for his generosity with time and expert guidance. Over the phone I found him to have a very pleasant personality. he had me feel comfortable and didnt seem money minded at all.

USCIS Initiatives to Promote Startup Enterprises and Spur Job Creation

Fact Sheet

 

Background

On Aug. 2, 2011, Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano and USCIS Director Alejandro Mayorkas outlined a series of policy, operational, and outreach efforts to fuel the nation’s economy and stimulate investment.  These initiatives will allow our nation to realize the potential of current immigration laws to attract the best and brightest from around the world to invest their talents, skills, and ideas to grow the U.S. economy and create American jobs.

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EB-3 to EB-2 with the same employer

My PD is EB3 - Dec 2007. I have 3+2 years of education from India which is equivalent to US Bachelors. I have 3 years of experience before joining the current empoyer. Now I have more than 10 years of experience(including the experience with the current employer). I would like to know if I can apply again in EB-2 with the same employer using the experience gained from current employer.

You can, if the job offered is more than 50% different than the job you were performing so far with the same employer.

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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