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Guestbook Entry for Ashok Oli, United States

Name: 
Ashok Oli
State: 
VA
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

Before applying for my EB2 Green card processing in early 2013, I started shopping for the best attorney at the reasonable market price. Finally, I learned that Rajiv Khanna is one of the best in my local area. I also was able to find few friends who consulted with Rajiv on their immigration matters. They highly recommended him. That is one of the reasons why I hired him for GC application. 

During and after the process, I had found everyone at his office including paralegal, administrative assistant and last but not least Rajiv are fantastic, highly professional and very clear about what to expect.  They reply to my email within 24 hours, and return my voice message promptly as well. Such professionalism always made me believe that I was in the good hand and I barely got worried about my outcomes.  

Like everyone else, I also was in the rush to file my labor during the early stage and I was putting little pressure on Rajiv's team. Rajiv contacted me and spent around 2 minutes (that’s an average time you can expect to spend during consultation as well because he is so smart and knowledgeable that he wraps up his answers in carefully selected few words).  I do not forget what he said. Something like this -- "We would like to make sure that everything is proper order and perfect before we file anything so that you don't get RFE's in the future. And, if you are not happy with our approach, please feel free to secure somebody else."  

I was so impressed with his reply that I decided to continue with Rajiv till the conclusion of the process.  That was one of my smart moves. I never got an RFE and the entire process took me less than 10 months to complete the entire process. I would like to thank everyone in Rajiv's team for assisting me with my process, and I highly recommend him if you are looking for a well-seasoned, smart and result oriented immigration attorney.

Posted on: 
9th Jan, 2014

EB-2 and 3+2 Pattern of Education

If the Master's degree is accredited, you do not need post-Master's experience for EB-2. There can be some issue about the 3+2 pattern of education, but an accredited Master's should fix it.

Guestbook Entry for Anshul Singh, United States

Name: 
Anshul Singh
State: 
California
Country: 
United States
Homepage: 
www.bastiansolutions.com
Comment: 

Rajiv and Art - I can't thank you enough for the magic you did in order to get my green card which was almost next to impossible. I applied my first green card through another lawyer in 2002. That got rejected. We went to the court in Washington to challenge the rejection (through another lawyer) but lost the case. I was basically asked to pack my bags and leave the country. Luckily I had applied through another company (another division within our company) and got H1 to extend my stay and refiled my green card through the same lawyer but he said it might take a long time and my case will go into review since it has been rejected the first time. At this point i reached out to Rajiv Khanna to apply my green card again (3rd time). He has an excellent team. Art helped with my case. I was very surprised that instead of me pushing Rajiv's team, they were pushing me to work promptly. Art was always on top of the case. Whenever i had doubts, Rajiv was always available for consultation. . I finally have my green card in just 2 years since i applied thanks to Rajiv's effort. Please go with Rajiv and relax, his team will make sure your case moves at a fast track.

Posted on: 
6th Jan, 2014

Guestbook Entry for Amit, United States

Name: 
Amit
State: 
DC
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

Dear Rajiv, Thank you and your team for an EXCELLENT service and help through my green card, as well as the citizenship process. I really appreciated that you made yourself available whenever I needed to talk to you and want to thank you for your honest advice through this long and arduous process. I also want to thank your team for their punctuality and responsiveness in handling my case. Despite your busy practice, you and your team really made me feel special. Much appreciated!!   Best regards, Amit 

Posted on: 
14th Dec, 2013

Guestbook Entry for Shekhar, United States

Name: 
Shekhar
State: 
TX
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

I'm very much impressed with the service and professionalism. All the cases were given good attention and Mr Rajiv's knowledge is really great. We have filed several Green Cards and never had any concern.

Posted on: 
12th Dec, 2013

Employment-Based (EB) Green Card

One of the ways a foreign national (alien) can become a permanent resident is through a permanent employment opportunity in the United States. There are five employment-based preference categories.

  • First preference is for priority workers including persons of extraordinary ability, outstanding professors and researchers, and multinational organization executives and managers.
  • The Second preference is for physicians, members of the professions holding advanced degrees, and persons of exceptional ability.
  • The Third preference is for professionals, skilled and other workers, including nurses and physical therapists.
  • The Fourth preference provides for special immigrants including religious workers.
  • The Fifth preference is an investor-related category, which grants permanent residency to persons who invest significant funds in the US and create 10 jobs for US workers. 

For detailed information on Employement Based Green Cards please visit these links below:

EB-1 Priority Workers<</a>

EB-2/EB-3 PERM (Labor Certification)<</a>

EB-2 Physician/NIW/Advanced Degree<</a>

EB-3 Bachelors, Skilled, Unskilled Workers<</a>

EB-4 Religious Workers<</a>

EB-5 Investment Green Card<</a>

Podcasts and Video on Employment Based Green Cards<</a>

Rajiv's  Blog on EB-1/NIW<</a>

Guestbook Entry for Sandeep, United States

Name: 
Sandeep
State: 
Virginia
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

I have been a client with Law Offices of Rajiv S. Khanna, PC for over six years. Rajiv is an excellent immigration attorney. He is very knowledgeable and helpful.  Additionally, he has a great team.

I have had a great experience working with Rajiv and his team!

 

Posted on: 
20th Oct, 2013

Guestbook Entry for Anonymous, United States

Name: 
Anonymous
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

We have just recived our green cards. I am extremely satisfied with the services of Rajiv Khanna and his team. Vijay and Bharathi have been very helpful. Thank you very much, Bharathi.

Posted on: 
20th Oct, 2013

Exhibiting Immigrant Intent

Exhibiting immigrant intent CAN be a problem for J-1. It is not certain that you will have a problem, but the potential does exist.

Guestbook Entry for Anand Bagavandoss, United States

Name: 
Anand Bagavandoss
State: 
LA
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

We are so pleased with your service and prompt response to all the queries and concerns. Each and every doubt was explanined to us in very professional manner. I will recommend Rajiv S Khanna's law firm to all of my friends.

Posted on: 
11th Sep, 2013
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