Employment Based Green Cards

Guestbook Entry for P Gupta, United States

Name: 
P Gupta
State: 
NJ
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

Mr. Khanna is very competent, and is supported by a very prompt and proactive staff. He suggested me one of the best ways, given my situation, to obtain permanent residency (Green Card), and navigated through the various questions from the USCIS expertly. As a legal professional (from a different field of law), and as someone who has dealt with a few other immigration attorneys, I rate him and his practice among the best. Highly recommended!

Guestbook Entry for Madhumita Joshi, United States

Name: 
Madhumita Joshi
State: 
Arkansas + New Jersey
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

I have been working with Mr. Khanna over the past decade to resolve my green card application. It has always been a pleasure to talk to him. He gives his advice in a timely and appropriate manner and has provided free telephonic counsel to me for visa issues concerning my family members - SEVERAL YEARS AFTER MY GREEN CARD WAS OBTAINED. I believe he goes above and beyond his duties to serve his countrymen. We really appreciate his timely advice on several occasions. Best wishes for a very successful practice in years to come.

J-1 Physician applying for following to join after waiver

I am a physician currently in H-1B undergoing 3 years of J-1 waiver program which is set to be completed on July end of this year. My husband got his greencard through E-B2 category (rest of the world) in early 2013 When I was still in J-1. My name was included in I-140 but could not file I-485 due to my J-1 visa. I have been married since 2006 and came to the US initially on H-4 visa before getting residency in J-1 visa. Is there a possibility of filing my I-485 directly without waiting for the long I-130 approval process? Or is there any exceptions for a situation like mine such that spouse happened to be in J1 and could not apply for a change of status at the time primary applicant applied for I-485?

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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EB-1B – Outstanding Professor/Researcher

We won a case for an applicant following receipt of a Request for Evidence. We submitted evidence to show that the beneficiary qualified for the category having published scholarly articles, authored a book chapter and acted as the judge of her peers. We noted the impact factor for the journals where her work was published and provided citations details. We provided evidence to show that she was a member of an editorial board.

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Guestbook Entry for Goutham, United States

Name: 
Goutham
State: 
virginia
Citizenship and Naturalization: 
Immigration.com: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

Thank You. It has been a great experience working with this law office. They helped me with my green card (EB1 - OR) in 2010 and now (Feb 2017) successfully received by naturalization certificate, again with help from this law office. Went through multiple hassles with immigration but in every step of the way, this team did a great job.

 I highly recommend Rajiv Ji's law offices for immigration cases. 

Thanks to Rajiv Ji, Diane Lombardo and Lakshmi. 

 

Regards

Goutham

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