EB1 Green Card

EB-1 Extraordinary Ability

We filed a petition premium processing for a self-petitioning researcher. The petitioner had over 15 years of research experience in the nanotechnology field. He had an extraordinary research career which included 52 scholarly scientific articles with over 1,020 citations of his work. His publications were featured in numerous high impact international journals. In addition to his noteworthy research publications, the petitioner was a highly sought after reviewer for a multitude of prestigious, international scientific journals. He was also selected to an editorial board.

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.

Guestbook Entry for Debashish Chakraborti, United States

Name: 
Debashish Chakraborti
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Country: 
United States
Comment: 
Hi.  My GC was filed  by my office but Rajiv provided very valuable support and inputs during the process. He is very knowledgeable and is always ready to help out.  

Guestbook Entry for Hetvi Patel, United States

Name: 
Hetvi Patel
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State: 
Tx
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United States
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Highly recommand
Comment: 
I am very impresed with the prompt reply of all my emails. Mr.Rajiv is giving very honest opinion.  We scheduled a conference call with him which was on time and he was really taking time to make us understand the situation of our case and how to proceed next.  He didn’t charge anything for the call.  We heartly appreciate his time and guidance provided to us.         

Guestbook Entry for Ishita Sengupta, United States

Name: 
Ishita Sengupta
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State: 
Virginia
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
We consulted with Mr. Rajiv Khanna on our possibilities of getting a GC through EB1. He was the first lawyer we talked to who was very honest with us and even suggested waiting for the new immigration law to be passed to make our case easier. In addtiton this was our our first phone call  consultation with him and he didn’t charge us for it which was amazing because my own lawyer who is doing my EB2 case charges us for an hour even for a 5 minute phone-call for any clarification. He was a refreshing change from all the lawyerswe talked to. Mr. Khanna was really interested when he talked to us and gave us honest advice which I appreciated immensely. I regret that he was recommended to us after I had already processed by EB2 application with another lawyer. I would highly recommend him to all immigrants who are looking to file for their GC. I have talked to many other lawyers in the DC metro area and by far he was the best lawyer I have talked to!

Demand Data Used in the Determination of Employment Preference Cut-Off Dates

Each month, the Visa Office subdivides the annual preference and foreign state limitations specified by the INA into monthly allotments based on totals of documentarily qualified immigrant visa applicants reported at consular posts and CIS Offices, grouped by foreign state chargeability, preference category, and priority date. If there are sufficient numbers in a particular category to satisfy all reported documentarily qualified demand, the category is considered "Current." For example: If the monthly allocation target is 3,000 and there is only demand for 1,000 applicants, the category wi

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