EB2 Green Card

Guestbook Entry for Neeraj Sharma, United States

Name: 
Neeraj Sharma
Profession/Occupation: 
State: 
California
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
I got my physical Green Card today. It has been a long 4-5 years and I must say that it could have NOT been possible without the constant support, guidance, diligent and patient hard work put in by Mr. Rajiv S Khanna and his stellar team of Mathew Chacko, Prerna Mehta, Richa Narang and others who I have interacted with in the past and are probably no longer with the law firm. This team was always a step ahead, instantaneous in answering ANY questions whatsoever. I have even spoken to Mr Rajiv himself at one occasion since I was really concerned about some issues and even though being extremely busy was very nice in giving me a phone appointment the very next day. He, along with his team were very courteous, non judgemental and above all very humble in their approach and conversation. I could NOT have been able to get through with this entire process without them. I did not receive any RFE, everything was done in time and with utmost precision. Once again Many thanks from the bottom of my heart. Neeraj

Guestbook Entry for Kanchana Govindan, United States

Name: 
Kanchana Govindan
Profession/Occupation: 
Green Card: 
State: 
NJ
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
A great big heartfelt thanks to the Law Offices of Rajiv Khanna. After much waiting I finally got my green card approved. It has been an excruciating 3 year wait since I filed my I485 and during these years every time I had a doubt with what I can or cannot do and with any travel related questions, I have had great support from the Law Office. A special thanks to Mathew Chacko and Prerna , whom I have been in touch with primarily over the past years. Mr Mathew Chacko’s speedy response amidst his busy schedule is commendable and much appreciated. A big heartfelt thanks again and I am sure I will only think of this law office for all my legal needs. 

GC Processing and EB2

I have a Masters degree from US and based on the forum and Q&A I think I'd qualify for EB2 category for GC. I am with company A and am contemplating if I should go forward with GC processing or change the job. I am completing 4 yrs on H1 by this month end and would like to make an educated decision given the companies are not eager to hire on H1 if it is completing 6 yrs soon. Can you please let me know how long the process may take if it has to be initiated now? I would be interested in premium processing of I-140, adjustment of status and EAD.

For people born in countries that have an EB2 backlog, times can vary greatly from 3-4 years to longer depending upon a number of variables. One big advantage of getting at least to the I-140 approved stage is that you can carry your priority date to the next employer and get H-1 extension beyond six years.

Unless the context shows otherwise, all answers here were provided by Rajiv and were compiled and reported by our editorial team from comments and blog on immigration.com

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Guestbook Entry for Anurag D, United States

Name: 
Anurag D
State: 
TX
Green Card: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
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Guestbook Entry for Chandan Chandra, United States

Name: 
Chandan Chandra
State: 
New York
Green Card: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
Our GC finally got approved last week , We would like to thank Rajiv and his exceptional team for their support and dedication in getting my case approved . We were so satisfied with Rajiv’s services during different stages of our GC journey that we recommended it to everyone who was looking for immigration help , Rajiv and his team is not only supportive to their existing clients but to non-clients as well , we became Rajiv’s client four years after consulting with Rajiv on different immigration issues which tells how dedicated he is to his work . We would like to specially thank &nbsp;Matthew , Suman , Prerna , Bharati &amp; Vijay for all their work &nbsp;and advise that helped me get my GC approved . THANK YOU ALL . Regards Chandan Chandra &nbsp;

EB2 and Clinical Specialist

I have a concern regarding EB2 application in my current employer, I will complete my 5 years experience next year and they are willing to promote me as a Clinical Specialist to count my 1 year and 1/2 as a staff/lower position with them to complete my 5years experience. My question is, is it possible that they could sponsor me for EB2 after they promote me as Clinical Specialist even if my 1 year and 1/2 experience with them?

Under the current law, it is possible to use the expience gained with the same employer if the labor certain job is more than fifty percent different from the earlier positions held with the same employer. Only a competent lawyer can help you assess the chances.

Unless the context shows otherwise, all answers here were provided by Rajiv and were compiled and reported by our editorial team from comments and blog on immigration.com

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EB2 Eligibility

I want to know whether I am eligibile for EB2. Following are the key information. Is it a requirement to have 5 years experiences outside of US ? I have combined experiences of 6 years (US +India). Education - B.Tech (Electronics) in 2004 from India Experiences - 6 Years ( 3 years in India and 3 Years in US)

With a four-year Bach. Degree and more than five years of post Bach experience, you should be able to have a shot at EB2.

Unless the context shows otherwise, all answers here were provided by Rajiv and were compiled and reported by our editorial team from comments and blog on immigration.com

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EB2, volunteer work counted as an experience?

I am an OT practicing here in the US and came from another country. I graduated with BSOT and had an OT VOLUNTEER work for 2 years in an adult setting back home. Would that count as a part of the 5 years experience? And from that 2 years, I was not yet licensed OT for the first 6months.

GENERALLY speaking, for EB-2, there is no requirement that I know of mandating paid experience. Volunteer experience could potentially be used.

Unless the context shows otherwise, all answers here were provided by Rajiv and were compiled and reported by our editorial team from comments and blog on immigration.com

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EB2 eligibility

I have completed my Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science Engineering (4yrs) and working as a Subject Matter Expert in US on L1B visa with a work experience of 4yrs. I have completed 2 Microsoft certifications and AICPCU certifications. Will I be eligible for processing Green card on EB-2 category ?

You will need 5 years of post-bachelor's experience. Certifications do not usually help.

Unless the context shows otherwise, all answers here were provided by Rajiv and were compiled and reported by our editorial team from comments and blog on immigration.com

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Guestbook Entry for Rajarshi (Raj) & Satarupa, United States

Name: 
Rajarshi (Raj) & Satarupa
State: 
Kansas City
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Profession/Occupation: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

We just did recently receive our US Green Card (EB2) for both my wife and me. Keeping all those melodrama apart, in short, is extremely pleased and has no words to express ourselves. We want to thank everyone working with Law Offices of Rajiv (Immigration.com) and especially Mathew, Suman-Ji, Bharathi, Anna, Rita and last but not the least Rajiv himself. On a true note, they are extremely professional and super prompt in answering any of your stupidest questions on Immigration. Rajiv is extremely desperate in taking cases through to positive destiny using and interpreting every piece of immigration law that according to me, a lot of his competitors would try and avoid.

In last 6-years they have done our multiple successful H1B/H4 renewals, this Green Card case, and hopefully would be the one helping us on our US Citizenship process, about 5-years from now.

All of you guys out there, if you have any immigration issues, and want a little piece of mind, please do not wait. schedule an immediate appointment with them and be happy from thereon.

Just for information, our US born baby girl is about 2.5 months old now. Once she grows up a bit, would surely want to pay them a visit. We wish them all the very best as of now and in future.

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