Employment Based Green Cards

Guestbook Entry for Nagesh Rayala, United States

Name: 
Nagesh Rayala
State: 
IL
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
Green card is the most of important part of every immigrant.It holds even more valuable to Indians with the priority dates being so far away.
I started my Green card process with Law Offices of Rajiv S. Khanna, P.C..My labour went from one query to another,
From query to supervised recruitement.
Vijay Durgam was handling my case,He was very patient with me and my employer.He kept on persisting and never lost the sight even when we gave up the case.
I cannot stress the amount of care and effort he has put in getting the labour approved.We fought almost for 2yrs to get labout approved.
It was really lucky get a case manager like Vijay to handle this difficult case.As always Rajiv Khanna was there to guide us through.
When we got supervised recruitment,Me and my employer lost all the hope because of the percentage of approvals,but our lawyer never gave and did an excellent job.
My I140 also approved without any queries.I now have the all important priority date.
I thank everyone at Law Offices of Rajiv Khanna for their superb work and help.My special thanks to Vijay.

The pending rules for EB-1

Are they changing the law for EB-1? What is the change?

The only PROPOSED change is that Outstanding and Researchers will be allowed to present evidence beyond the six categories stated in the regulations.
The only PROPOSED change is that Outstanding and Researchers will be allowed to present evidence beyond the six categories stated in the regulations. - See more at: http://www.immigration.com/comment/13356#comment-13356
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EB-2 or EB-3

I have two Bachelor's degrees from US universities. A 3-year Bachelor degree in Science and a 2-year Bachelor's degree in engineering. Will I be considered for a EB-2 visa with this? In case I don't qualify for EB-2, my dilemma is that, I have worked approx 4 years at my current job. Should I wait another year to file EB-2 or should I just file EB-3 now? Also, do internships qualify when counting the number of years of work after school?

Internships do qualify as experience. You need to get your degrees evaluated under AACAO EDGE standards first .

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Guestbook Entry for Rishi Shah, United States

Name: 
Rishi Shah
State: 
California
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

I am very pleased with Mr. Rajiv Khanna and his team of professionals. My Employment based Green Card petition was very diligently prepared by legal experts and submitted promptly. It was approved soon and then on they had always guided for all other immigration formalities. They also counseled me when l had to change my job after I-140 approval so that my petition remained in compliance with all immigration requirement. Also got opportunity to have personal discussion with Mr. Rajiv Khanna on other immigration-tax related issue.

USCIS to Begin Premium Processing of H-1B Cap-Subject Petitions by April 28, 2014

The filing period for H-1B petitions subject to the fiscal year (FY) 2015 numerical cap begins on April 1, 2014. USCIS will start premium processing of cap-subject H-1B petitions, including petitions seeking an exemption for individuals with a U.S. master’s degree or higher, no later than April 28.

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USCIS SCOPS and AILA Teleconference Agenda

USCIS SCOPS (Service Center Operations Directorate) and AILA Tleconference Agenda discussing issues on H-1B Processing and Adjudications, I-140 Adjudications based on Certified ETA-9089, I-140 Erroneously Rejected & Priority Date No Longer Current, G-28s Not Recognized and other topics. 

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