Consular Processing

Guestbook Entry for Arul Palanivelu, United States

Name: 
Arul Palanivelu
State: 
ID
Green Card: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

I got my Immigrant Visa thru Consular Processing on August 2000. Law Offices of Rajiv Khanna helped me through the process. His staff were generally helpful and knowledgeable. Among other things one I most appreciated was the fact Rajiv made time to reply every e-mail queries I sent and return every phone messages I left. That was re-assuring during various stages of the process. I will certainly refer them to anyone who wants immigration/non-immigration services.

Guestbook Entry for A S Murthy, United States

Name: 
A S Murthy
State: 
NJ
Green Card: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

I got my GC thru CP in a record 14 months. Rajiv's office needless to mention the names, has been very helpful throughout the process. Everybody did a great job throughout the process. Amel's services have been very helpful during CP process. I spoke to Rajiv on a lot of issues. It is easy to get in touch with him, not like other other lawyers. I thank Suman,Nimia,Leila,Fidelina,Amel and of course Rajiv for their cooperation throughout the process.

Guestbook Entry for A S Murthy, United States

Name: 
A S Murthy
State: 
NJ
Green Card: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

I got my GC thru CP in a record 14 months. Rajiv's office needless to mention the names, has been very helpful throughout the process. Everybody did a great job throughout the process. Amel's services have been very helpful during CP process. I spoke to Rajiv on a lot of issues. It is easy to get in touch with him, not like other other lawyers. I thank Suman,Nimia,Leila,Fidelina,Amel and of course Rajiv for their cooperation throughout the process.

Guestbook Entry for Chandra K, United States

Name: 
Chandra K
State: 
Texas
Green Card: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

Hi Folks, I am extremly happy to inform you that I got my Green Card process completed in a record time of one year. I am just back from India after finishing the CP Interview in Chennai successfully. Mr. Rajiv , Ms. Fidelina Baptista and all his staff Suman Bhasin, Amel Berhe, Leila Lehman, Nimia were very helpful in the entire process. Needless to mention that Mr. Rajive is very good in handling EB2 cases. They did a great job in getting my labour and I-140 approvals and also cooperated very well in my persuit through CP instead of the regular I-485. During my I-140 stage, when I called and asked Mr. Rajiv that I want to opt for CP, he immediately agreed and accepted the challenge though it was not very popular at that time. I am extremly thankful to the entire Law office of Mr. Khanna without which I would not have got my Green Card so fast. I definitely recommend the services of Mr. Khanna who are looking for a good and efficient lawyer. Good Luck to all, Chandra.

Guestbook Entry for Chandra K, United States

Name: 
Chandra K
State: 
Texas
Green Card: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

Hi Folks, I am extremly happy to inform you that I got my Green Card process completed in a record time of one year. I am just back from India after finishing the CP Interview in Chennai successfully. Mr. Rajiv , Ms. Fidelina Baptista and all his staff Suman Bhasin, Amel Berhe, Leila Lehman, Nimia were very helpful in the entire process. Needless to mention that Mr. Rajive is very good in handling EB2 cases. They did a great job in getting my labour and I-140 approvals and also cooperated very well in my persuit through CP instead of the regular I-485. During my I-140 stage, when I called and asked Mr. Rajiv that I want to opt for CP, he immediately agreed and accepted the challenge though it was not very popular at that time. I am extremly thankful to the entire Law office of Mr. Khanna without which I would not have got my Green Card so fast. I definitely recommend the services of Mr. Khanna who are looking for a good and efficient lawyer. Good Luck to all, Chandra.

Guestbook Entry for Aniket, India

Name: 
Aniket
Green Card: 
Nonimmigrant Visas: 
Immigration.com: 
State: 
Maharashtra
Country: 
India
Comment: 

Rajiv, Diane and team are thorough professionals and the way they handled my case was excellent. All their efforts and guidance helped me to get an approval in the first instance. Thanks team for all your efforts and guidance. I strongly recommend Rajiv and team for everyone who wishes to get any help related to immigration...

Multiple Years of CPT

My employer has filed my h1 and asked for a change of status with H1 filing and got an RFE(As i am filing from CPT-F1 to H1) relating to --Maintenance of Status
--CPT Related
--Multiple years of CPT at the same Education level
The lawyer is asking me to change from Change of status to Consular Processing and go to India and stamped and come back.

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Pros and Cons of Adjustment of Status and Consular Processing for Green Card

My H1B (6 years) was from 10/1/2004 - 9/30/2010 from 5 different companies. Company A - PD(EB3) - Jun 19, 2007, I-140 applied on July 9, 2007, I-485 filed July 17, 2007 - got laid off Oct 31, 2008. - I-140 approved on Dec 29, 2008. Moved to Canada in July 2012 and became Canadian Citizen in Apr 2017. I have been keeping Advance Parole active by visiting the USA every year. Now I want to add my family in Canada(wife(Indian Citizen with USA visitors visa) and kid(Canadian Citizen)). Do you recommend AOS for myself and Consular Processing for my family?

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How to change from Adjustment of Status to Consular Processing for green card

I have an approved I-140 and a Pending I-485 (Since July 2007 Employment –Based Adjustment of Status Indian Passport Holder is submitted Application ). Since presently there is very large backlog I decided to move Canada 2009 since I am Stay in Canada and now become Canadian citizenship.
1. How to switch to Adjustment of Status to Consular Processing?
2. How long would it take to switch from Adjustment of Status to Consular Processing?
3. How to inform to USCIS to change my citizenship Indian to Canadian.

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US Citizen Filing for Mother's Green Card through Consular Processing - Venezuela 2015

Name: 
Happywife
Country: 
United States

I am posting on this thread, because it seems to be more active than the thread I originally posted on, and this is a more specific thread to my case (thank you OP). Here is my entire timeline:

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