Family-Based Green Cards
The law office of Mr. Rajiv S. Khanna filed my and my wife's I-485 and I-140 cases con-currently on the February 19th 2008. We got approvals on the February 24th 2009 and received our Green Cards on the March 6th 2009. . We are amazed to get our cases approved within 1 year of filing. We received RFE for our cases on “Proof of birth and parentage and bona fide marriage”. Mr. Khanna's professional team responded and our cases got approved in less than 10 days of the response. I am greatly satisfied with the professionalism and the dedicated service of Mr. Khanna’s team through out the entire journey of the Green Card process. I would like to specially thank Mr. Rajiv S. Khanna, Mr. Mathew Chacko, Prerna Mehta, Bharathi Gajala, Amrita, Sheena and Kimberly for their dedicated help and support in the successful approvals of our I-485s, I-140 and PERM Labor Certificate. I will definitely consult the law office Rajiv S. Khanna in the future for all my immigration related legal needs. I highly recommend reader's of this testimonial to consult Mr. Khanna's immigration experts for any immigration related legal issues and/or advice. You will be certainly pleased to find such a great friendly group of people that are well prepared to provide you the service you deserve. Last but not the least; www.immigrationportal.com is a great source of very useful immigration related information that has been brought to all of us by Mr. Khanna’s law office. The forum maintained by his office is by far an active place for all sorts of valuable immigration and visa related discussions.
I had my interview back in November, at the Buffalo (NY) DO. It was so quick we were in and out of the office within 10- 15 mins. We had a very nice woman officer.
She asked us to swear the oath, she asked us 3 questions and wanted to see our utility bills.
Once she had photocopied them, she came back in the room and said my GC had been approved. She said i should recieve it within 2 weeks, which i did.
Hope everyone's GC interview could be so quick and easy.
Category: IR5 (parents)
Interview Date: Feb 2009
Consulate: Chennai, India
Jan 28, 2009: Called panel doctor Vijayalakshmi and fixed an appointment for Jan 31st, 11 AM.
30th Jan 2009:
Reached Lister Labs at 6:30 AM and no one was there. Security opened the gate and gave us the first token. We were out by 8:30 AM. Collected Sealed envelope at 4:30 PM. X-Ray, blood test cost: Rs 810.
31st Jan 2009:
One of the most-used methods of getting a Green Card is through a member of the family. The two sets of eligible relationships are as follows:
- Relatives of U.S. Green Card Holders
- Relatives of U.S. Citizens
In order to sponsor a family member to immigrate to the United States, the sponsor must meet the following criteria:
We had our interview today and our case was APPROVED! It was fairly easy and straight forward interview.
We checked in at 8:45 AM for our 9:15 AM appointment. We were called in couple of minutes before 9:15 AM, pretty good!
Just wanted to update everyone and say we had our interview this morning, scheduled for 8 AM in Atlanta. We got there at 7.55, checked in at 7.59 and were called at 8.02. Interview was all done in 10 minutes and we were out of the building at 8.15.
So, we had our interview in Tampa. We waited for about an hour and begin to get worried when people arriving after us started to get called in. Eventually after waiting for an hour we were called. the officer was nice and courteous. He asked for our ID's then a few questions about how and when we came about living on this planet. Then he
The interview took place @ 11:45 a.m. but we had been there for over an hour. There were at least another 50 couples waiting and as some couples left new couples would arrive, so the room had about 100 people waiting at all times.