Employment Based Green Cards Guestbook Entries

Guestbook Entry for Vladimir Sobolev, United States

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Name: 
Vladimir Sobolev
State: 
TN
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

I would like to thank Mr. Khanna and his staff for all their help in our long road to I-485 approval. At every stage of our journey we received professonal help and advice. I have always recommended and I always will recommend this Law Firm to everyone I know. Thank you.

Guestbook Entry for Pragati Kumar, United States

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Name: 
Pragati Kumar
State: 
OH
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

I would rate my experience with this office as above average. Without a doubt, Rajeev has an excellent command over immigration law and is a very approachable person. He answers all queries very precisely and within 24 hours. He gives an exact analysis of the available options. My case was handled by Diane. Again, an extremely efficient person. She would answer my questions right away and many times on weekends. Room for improvement: Clients should be able to get within 24h phone appointments with Rajeev. Once I called law office on a Friday afternoon to speak with Rajeev, and the operator offered me next wednesday afternoon as the nearest possible appointment. However, this happened only once and all of the other times, I was given an appointment within a day or two. I must also add that not all of the staff was as efficient and professional as Rajiv or Diane. Accounts people did some miscalculation on my account and it took me numerous emails to get that fixed. These issues, though minor, should be handled promptly and responsibly.

Guestbook Entry for V.K. Raina , India

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Name: 
V.K. Raina
Green Card: 
Country: 
India
Comment: 

It gives me greatest pleasure to record my heart-felt gratitude to Attorney Rajiv Khanna and his Team of dedicated collagues.... Ms. Diane Lombardo and others, who processed my case with utter sincerity in the vein of personalized attention and pristine friendship and guided me at every step with precision and exactitude. For fear of sounding loud, I do not wish to say any more than .... 'I was lucky to have found Rajiv .. he has proved to be an earnest friend, a delightful person, a thorough professional and above all a very decent gentleman' I have no hesitation in recommeding Attorney Rajiv Khanna to anybody who wishes to try processing his immigration case to the US. I can assure him that he will be in right hands. Dr. V.K. Raina

Guestbook Entry for Pavan, United States

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Name: 
Pavan
State: 
NJ
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

My GC process was started towards the end of 1999. After the Labor Cert. was approved, my I-140 was filed for. At this stage there was an RFE on my I-140. The case was complicated and at that point of time it seemed that there were very few chances of winning it. However, Mr. Rajiv Khanna presented the case with all the additional documents and evidences that were requested by INS, in a very systematic, efficient and intelligent manner. He was very persistent and determined to have the case resolved favorably. My I-140 was finally approved last week. During this difficult process, it was evident that Rajiv, Suman and the entire team were very dedicated towards their profession. They certainly are outstanding. They were always very courteous and prompt in answering all my questions and giving in apt advice pertaining to the case. I would definitely recommend Mr. Rajiv Khanna's Law Offices for any immigration-related issues. Pavan

Guestbook Entry for ASHISH KHERA, United States

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Name: 
ASHISH KHERA
State: 
CA
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

Green card experience : I would like to thank Mr Rajiv Khanna, Fidelina and their staff for all the help they provided through my Green card process. I am glad I selected them as my lawyers and would recommend others too if they want a hasle free green card processing. My Labour was done in Feb 98 and it came in under 6 months. We tried for EB2 I140 but since I did not have masters, we got an RFE. We selected EB3 as an option then but due to some confusion at the VSC side, my I140 was denied, they thought we are asking for EB2 again. My date had luckily become current at that time. Due to the quick response from Fedilina, my 140 was approved in about a week or so. That was something really extraordinary and I am glad Fidelina was handling my case. We are able to file 485 at that time, Aug 99. Got the EAD in about 3 months. But unfortunately, the dates went back. At that time, my wife’s 140 got approved in EB2 and through another lawyer. Her date was current. We were in a dilemma whether to file another 485 while earlier 485 was still pending, do CP or just wait. We finally decided to go for CP. We had our interview on 25 October at Delhi and had to wait for 2 weeks at delhi because of Name check problem. Fidelina had been nice to answer my queries every now and then through the whole process. The CP process was very smooth without any problems. If anybody has any specific question, please write to me at KHERAA@YAHOO.COM and I will be really glad to answer.

Guestbook Entry for Prithviraj Chavan, United States

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Name: 
Prithviraj Chavan
State: 
KS
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

Rajiv's staff is well informed, prompt and very friendly. I had no problem during all the phases of processing. I received prompt response to my emails and Rajiv or his staff members were easily available to answer any questions. Further he has a real good system to organize and store documents; because of which I never had to refer to any of my old documents over the course of my 3.5 years of Green card processing. Further his consultation fees are reasonable. I would recommend his services.

Guestbook Entry for VITHAL MADHIRA, United States

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Name: 
VITHAL MADHIRA
Green Card: 
State: 
KS
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

Thanks to Rajiv and his team. My LC was filed in Nov' 99 and got approved on Nov'12th 2000. Applying for I-140. This team is very prompt, patient, energetic and knowledgeable. The team reply to every question very carefully. Rajiv even replied to some personal immigration questions when I need to change my wife's H4 status to F1 (we went to Mexico for this). Thanks to Rajiv for all his answers and suggestions. GC is a major milestone in our life, for those who want to make a career in U.S. We need patience and above all must follow the attorney's suggestions for successfully getting the GC.

Guestbook Entry for Ramesh Doraiswamy, United States

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Name: 
Ramesh Doraiswamy
State: 
CA
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

Hello All, Filed for I-485(EB2-INDIA, RIR). First off let me thank Mr. Khanna and his team members Diane Lombardo, Suman Bhasin, Nimia Aranibar, Priya Raja, Madhavai (and everyone else that I have missed in this list) for their WONDERFUL, PROFESSIONAL, COURTEOUS and COMMENDABLE work they have done so far and would be doing in the future. The work is simply FABULOUS. These folks do realize timing, esp., when Diane was so QUICK and EFFICIENT for my I-485 filing. Also I was ASTONISHED when I did get a REPLY from SUMAN on Saturday afternoon for a query that I had left on her Voicemail Friday evening. As someone else said in this guestbook, I was asking too many questions, and all my questions was answered promptly. I envy this team for their PROMPTNESS :-) I would recommend this TEAM for anyone who wishes to immigrate to the USA. After discussing with a lot my friends, I am HAPPY to have Mr. Khanna on my side. Thanks, Ramesh Doraiswamy

Guestbook Entry for Tony, United States

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Name: 
Tony
State: 
VA
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

Now I am waiting for my priority date to be current. My country's line is just too long.
Maybe rajiv did my LC and I140 too quick! :)
The LC took about 3 month and I140 took about 6 month. Everthing went so smooth. Highy recommend the team again! I heard the new act about Green Card is that, quota will not be based on country, is it correct?

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