Family-Based Green Cards

Guestbook Entry for Shoba Marudur, United States

Name: 
Shoba Marudur
State: 
Georgia (GA)
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

While the process of application to adjustment of status for my mother-in-law was in progress, (sponsored by my husband, a US citizen), my FIL and MIL came to India for a personal reason and there my FIL got into a medical emergency. My mother-in-law's finger print got rejected and they wanted conduct certificate for last 5 years wherever she lived. Now she is not in a position to travel to US until my FIL health gets stable, but we didn't know how to get the conduct certificate from US without her. That's where Mr. Khanna suggested I contact a congressman of our district and explain him the situation so that he will be able to solve the issue by talking to Immigration officers. This was definitely a helpful suggestion. I am yet to contact the congressman. Will let you know the results soon. Thank you very much for Khanna and his team for doing this great service free of cost.

The "Immigration Innovation Act of 2013" May Double H-1B Visa Cap


IMMIGRATION INNOVATION (I2) ACT OF 2013

ORRIN HATCH (R-UTAH), AMY KLOBUCHAR (D-MINN.), MARCO RUBIO (R-FLA.), CHRIS COONS (D-DEL.)

Employment-Based Nonimmigrant H-1B Visas

1. Increase H-1B cap from 65,000 to 115,000

2. Establish a market-based H-1B escalator, so that the cap can adjust – up or down – to the demands of the economy (includes a 300,000 ceiling on the ability of the escalator to move)

Nonimmigrant Visas: 

DHS Announces Final Rule to Support Family Unity During Waiver Process

On January 2nd, 2013, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that certain immediate relatives of U.S. citizens present in the United States without a visa, who are in the process of seeking immigrant visas to become lawful U.S. permanent residents, may apply and be approved for provisional unlawful presence waivers before departing the United States to attend their immigrant visa interviews. USCIS will begin accepting provisional unlawful presence waivers on March 4th, 2013.

Agency: 

Guestbook Entry for KG, Canada

Name: 
KG
State: 
Ontario
Country: 
Canada
Comment: 
I have had several consultations with Mr. Rajiv Khanna. I have always found him to be very professional,knowlegeable, courteous and patient. His advice has always helped me a lot. I would highly recommend his professional services to any one who is looking for a top class Immigration lawyer.

Interview at Fairfax

Name: 
diyakhan
Country: 
United States

I had my interview at 1:30 at Fairfax VA. Had printed my family picture at 12:50 on the way to interview it was heavy rain and reached there nick of time. We were called by an African American lady after 5 minutes after giving our oath she asked our ID and then got sign the waiver as our attorney was not with us. she asked question from my I-485 and she was very polite and calm everything was going smooth then she turn to my husband and ask about my date of birth which he forgot for few second and the then told her.

Guestbook Entry for Parampreet Sidana, United States

Name: 
Parampreet Sidana
State: 
NY
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
I had queries about filing Green card for parents, Mr Rajiv Khanna has extended his help. He is very thorough in his work, because he had worked various kind of cases. So he understands the issue in really quick manner and provides solution without wasting any time.  He provided me his guidence, though i am still not working with him directly. He is really great person and professional. Also, Leslie had been very helpful in scheduling the disucssions. I am thankful to him. God Bless him.

Guestbook Entry for Coskun Unal, United States

Name: 
Coskun Unal
State: 
MD
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
This comment for Law Offices of Rajiv Khanna should be written 3 years ago. Sorry for the delay. My case was one of the most complicated and long-shot cases, regarding the fact that I was a diplomat in USA and my wife, as a diplomat Spouse (A-1 dependant) found a unique opportunity to work as a Senior Developer in a big company. After company’s decision to sponsor my wife for GC, we didn’t want to go with company law department, but instead decided to apply to Mr. Khanna and his staff to lead and guide us through the process. The reason for our choice was positive recommendations and all those admires happened to be true that my wife was able to get her GC in 6 months. Because of my diplomatic position, we were advised to hold my case and activate it when I was back home. We left US in 2008, activated my file by 2009, and as of 2011 my wife, our 3 y/o son and myself turned back to USA as permanent residents, thanks to Mr. Khanna and his proffessional staff which followed every detail and filing efforts precisely. We will definitely ask their assistance for our naturalization process.

I-601 Provisional Waiver Is Not in Effect

USCIS is considering changes that would allow certain immediate relatives (the spouse, children or parents of a U.S. citizen) who can demonstrate extreme hardship to a U.S. citizen spouse or parent to receive a provisional waiver of the unlawful presence bars before leaving the United States.

Agency: 
Immigration Law : 

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