I had a conference call with Mr. Khanna. I from India and have done my PhD. I was interested in filing for Green card through EB1 or NIW category. However, after looking at my CV he advised me that my case is not strong enough for either of the two. He said that whether I get the green card or not the lawyer will get paid, so I should be careful in selecting a category to file my green card under. This honesty really impressed me about him. I will take more legal advise before reaching a conclusion but at least Mr. Khanna was honest enough to give me his frank opinion and not take me for a ride as I have read about other attorneys / law firms. Thank you Mr. Khanna for your time !
Hi i am from Greece i had a telephone conversation with Mr Khanna about EB1 and EB2 and NIW he was very helpful explaining to me that applications for the above are quite difficult for sb that has only a masters degree hence under his guidance i decided to do an MBA and later with his help to get H1B and apply for the green card. thanks , sotiris
I contacted immigration.com., and got an email back the next day, and phone consult set up with Rajiv Khanna two days later. He was extremely helpful, explaining to me the weaknesses and opportunities of my case, and actually gave me some reference point to talk to my employer. I am grateful to Rajiv and his staff for their assistance, and would wholeheartedly recommend them to anyone looking for quality legal opinion on their immigration cases.
I used the services of the Law Offices of Rajiv Khanna for my green card under the EB1A/NIW category. I am pleased to say that the firm including Rajiv Khanna and Diane Lombardo were very professional, diligent and prompt. It was comforting to know that I could count on them to deal with the vagaries of the immigration service as I was going through this long, tedious and at times unpredictable process. The entire process took slightly over 3 years for me most of which was due to the long time taken by the immigration service in approving the I-140 and the I-485. My sincere thanks to Rajiv and Diane for helping me through this process.
When I applied for the green card, Attorney Khanna was kind enough to spend one hour with me talking about the process and the work that will need to be performed in order to file the papers. We also talked a little bit about the meaning of life which was refreshing. He mentioned that Diane Lombardo who asists him will be incharge of my case and said that she is thorough and there should be no problem. He completely understated the capabilities of Diane. She is very thorough and to say the least one of the most thorough people I have ever worked with. Her attention to detail and thoroughness was impressive. My I-140 had a record turn around of 45 days from the date of mailing to approval notice. My EAD came back for in 14 days. This was mainly due to Diane's hard work. Since my filing I have referred 2 other people to Attorney Khanna.
Rajiv and his associates processed my Green Card application under NIW category. I got my GC very smoothly. Excellent Service. He is very selective to take the case and doesn't accept it so long he is not fully convinced about the merit of the case. Moreover, he favored me by providing some legal information not related to immigration law. I am very satisfied.
Comments: Rajiv Khanna is an extremely competent attorney and I am extremely pleased by the service provided by his staff. I specially commend Diane Lombardo for getting things done quickly, efficiently and correctly. I would recommend this firm for anyone wishing to hire a lwayer for their GC process. Country of Birth of primary applicant: India Country of Birth of beneficiary: Colombia I-140 NIW Application received by INS on Jan, 13 1998. I-140 Additional evidence requested on April 23, 1998. I-140 Approval received on Jun 13, 1998. I-485 Received by INS on Aug 5, 1998. I-485 RFE sent out by INS on Nov 12, 1999. RFE was for employment letter, original geographical area of NIW approval and birth certificate. I-485 Response sent on December 7, 1999. I-485 Approved on December 23, 1999. Passport stamped on January 3, 2000 using courtesy copy (not original copy). Further, for those who are wondering how I was able to submit my I485 application in August 1998 when my priority date is Jan 13 1998, I qualify since I cross-charged my application under my spouse's country of birth.
I had a brief telephonic consultation and Resume review with Mr. Khanna. He seems like very through and knowledgable attorney. He provided me right information and suggestion as what should be the next step to follow and in which category my GC petition has more chances to get approved. This is all within 15 mins of consultation and that too with no charge/fee. I would strongly recommend him and his firm. - Pallav