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Guestbook Entry for Mita, United States

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Nonimmigrant Visas: 
United States
<SPAN style=”RIGHT: auto”>&nbsp;I have worked with Mr. Khanna’ Law Firm for over&nbsp;12 years now, in many ways, either through having my questions answered (when I was still a student), to getting my work visa done, or most recently, for visitor’ visa inquiries / clarifications. Mr. Khanna and his team, have ALWAYS&nbsp;provided me with&nbsp;their valuable time and advice very graciously. Their 15 minutes of a conference call time to answer / address&nbsp;a&nbsp;question / issue, mean a lot to people who are on the receiving end. While there are many Lawyers / Attorneys who provide such services to their communities, I hardly know of ANY Law Firm who do so regularly,&nbsp;have done so for many, many years, and will continue to provide such&nbsp;services even in the future, including to those who are NOT their <SPAN style=”RIGHT: auto”><SPAN style=”RIGHT: auto”>clientsSPAN>SPAN>. There could be many instances when an individual is not able to pay the consultation fees. If it is&nbsp;not an abuse of his time and a genuine, sincere&nbsp;request has been made, Mr. Khanna and team WILL work out a way to provide those consultation services free of cost. Why so? Because, this is THEIR PASSION, … to help people in the community. I personally admire this gesture and professionalism.SPAN>&nbsp;

RIGHT: auto” id=yui_3_2_0_22_1343615253942610>Very recently, I had specific and some general questions regarding B-2 visa <SPAN class=mark>RFE’sSPAN> for my Mother, who has been here under medical and humanitarian grounds, for quite a few years&nbsp;. This being the 2<SPAN class=mark>ndSPAN> <SPAN class=mark>RFESPAN> that I have received, put me into some worries, <SPAN style=”RIGHT: auto”><SPAN>questioningSPAN>SPAN> the Agency’ motives as to why such <SPAN class=mark>RFESPAN>’ after so long when all the <SPAN style=”RIGHT: auto”><SPAN>requiredSPAN>SPAN> documents were handed to <SPAN class=mark>USCISSPAN> each time the application/petition was sent for a renewal. Clearly the Agency wants to get a clear picture about my Mother’ health condition, and the costs associated with that and who is paying for her support so that she doesn’t become a public burden. Her health condition doesn’t allow for her to travel and the notion of her separation from me,&nbsp;due of the care that I give to her, makes her physical&nbsp;condition worse. Not to mention, that the most recent economic&nbsp;downturn has put me into some dire situations, conditions to provide for medical support. She did&nbsp;receive state’ help for her medical expenses recently. I’m worried for this situation, which I wasn’t earlier. It was for this reason, I contacted Mr. Khanna,&nbsp;and he provided me with his valuable answers, the&nbsp;best approach to answer such <SPAN class=mark>RFESPAN>, and what to do next.

RIGHT: auto” id=yui_3_2_0_22_1343615253942612>I CANNOT thank Mr. Khanna and his <SPAN style=”RIGHT: auto”><SPAN>wholeSPAN>SPAN> team much.&nbsp;It was so nice to have talked with Rena W. after many years, and to know that some of the team members, like Ana B.&nbsp;with whom I had worked earlier,&nbsp;are still there, providing their excellent services.

I was first referred to&nbsp;Mr. Khanna&nbsp;by one of&nbsp; my friends, who also got his work visa and permanent residency done through Mr. Khanna. I can certainly refer anyone, to Mr. Khanna’ Immigration Offices, to receive excellent and prompt services, anytime, without any hesitation.

Thank you for all that you do, for the community and its people. My very best wishes.

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