PERM - Labor Certification

PERM application

My company said they filed the PERM application on June 30th. I asked them to send the status a month ago. The sent me a message saying that it has Prepared status in the application and the overall status as in process. Is it how it looks?

When we check status of electronically filed applications, it should say "In Process" when it is pending. That should be sufficient.

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Guestbook Entry for marilee cordero, United States

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marilee cordero
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My H-1B visa extension and my children’s H-4 too were denied due to my two former lawyers’ lack of expertise on immigration matters.Then, my Labor certification was denied too. Two of my children eventually had to go home when they reached 21 because of this. I thought my youngest son and I were going to go home too,until my employer contacted Atty Khanna and his associates.They are the best because they were able to fix ad refile everything. We recently received our green card. Everything they did was so organized and very meticulous, making no mistakes.I would highly recommend them to anyone.

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Anil Mathew
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CA
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I got the PERM application approved in 10/06/2010 and I applied on August 2nd week. It is really great to work with Rajiv Khanna & Mathew and they will guide us to the right way so that no mistakes are made in the complete process. I really feel that I am in good hands!

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Vishalkumar Patel
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North Dakota
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"When I join Rajiv Khanna and speak to Amrita about green card process somehow i got  feeling that I am in good hand for green card".  It is really nice to work with Rajiv Khanna's Law Office and people who works there. Specially Amrita whom I am working with my green card process. She gives really good response, explanation on the phone and email and give enough time to discuss questions and issues that I have. She does conference with Rajiv Khanna when needed for discussion. I have got my PERM approved in this process. It is really nice experience while working with them. They go through case very  deeply and  discuss pros and cons with us so you get better picture.  Thanks for all you do Vishalkumar Patel

Guestbook Entry for Rajesh Patidar, United States

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Rajesh Patidar
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GA
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United States
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I was in my fifth year in USA without starting my LC process. Since it was a critical stage for me, I asked my company and Mr. Khanna to file PERM LC for me ASAP. My contact person, Seema, helped me a lot in preparing the case in a speedy manner and also answered all my questions promptly. Its a very good feeling when you work with nice and professional people. Today after three months of filing my case I received a “Congratulations” email from Seema that my LC got approved. Still have a long way to go but sure its a good start.

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Sami
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I came to the United States by an H1B visa. The H1 visa was filed through my company’s attorney which later I asked them to apply for my green card as well. Unfortunately, the attorney made several mistakes and I cancelled my contract with them. After some research and asking from friends and colleagues, I decided to go with the Law Offices of Rajiv S. Khanna whose web site, immigration.com is well known. Obviously the cost was higher than our company’s attorney but I used to hear lots of sad stories about how some unexperienced attornies lost the customer’s hope, time, and money. So, I think it was really worth it because last week I received my green card after less than 3 years. This is a very good record for EB2 category. Another Iranian friend of mine took about 7 years to get his GC! Heather Riddick, Art Shifflett, Mathew Chacko, and Rajiv Khanna worked on my cases during this time and I am extremely satisfied by their experience, knowledge, care, and accuracy. Cheers to all of them and thanks again!

Green Card for employees

If a company is willing to sponsor green cards for a number of valuable employees, currently working with temporary worker visas, does it reduce the chances of success? (like applying to 4 to 5 employees simultaneously)

Generally speaking, as long as the jobs are genuine and the employer has the ability to pay, the number is irrelevant.

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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