International Managers, Executives
Have been dealing with Mr. Rajiv Khanna and his team for the last several years. Exceptional professional service! A quick grasp of any complex situation and defintely he provides a solution that is pragmatic. A very rare and talented attorney who protects the rights but has empathy, at heart for his clients.
I am back once again in the client feedback forum to express my appreciation and thanks to Rajiv and Savita for their brilliant and extra ordinary work they did for my I-140 (EB1 Multination Company Manager/Executive) My case needed all their brilliance and ability because I dont work for a well known company and my company is a small business with operations in 2 countries. Off late I have been getting irritated with a few of my friends if they hire any other lawyer other than Rajiv and I am now very much convinced that I am right. I sincerely thank Rajiv, Savita and everyone at their offices for their excellent and efficient services.
I had few questions on EB1C filing;
- I am here in the US from 2015. Prior to that I was working as an Manger for the same firm in India.
- I was appointed as a Principal and then promoted as a Solution Manager last year. My role involves tasks during the entire duration of a given project and as part of the project I co-ordinate with the offshore teams assigned on the project for deliverable and to assign other tasks related to the project.
1. As part of EB1C filing is there a mandatory requirement that a manager should be having dedicated team members
2. If 1 is yes then can we consider the offshore team members assigned per project who would be supervised to the level of getting status of tasks, providing clarifications, training them etc.
3. Is there a minimum number of reports required in the US and while I was in India, and if those reports have left the organization is that Ok?