The category of Engineers includes several different types of engineers.
We won this case for the applicant who had an extensive publication record with over 40 publications at the time of filing. The recommendation letters noted his extraordinary talents and unique background as well as his vast knowledge in optical telecommunications. This applicant was requested to review for a world-renowned electrical engineering professional society journal.
We won this case by providing strong recommendation letters and evidence of U.S. government support of this applicant's innovative research. His previous scholarly publications and impressive presentations were just a few key elements to his unique background. The FAA in particular was interested in the creative talents of this applicant.
This applicant had over twelve years of research experience. We noted the applicant's international reputation in the fourteen recommendation letters submitted. The applicant was a member of a prestigious professional society membership of which requires noted achievements in the field. We provided evidence of the extensive presentations the applicant made due to his level of expertise in the field.
We won an Alien of Extraordinary Ability case for the applicant having advanced degrees from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology, one of the most premier institutes in India. His research work was so highly regarded that he was awarded a two-year post-doctoral fellow at the Institute. This is a very high honor in that only “a select few” are considered for this position. The applicant had numerous books on civil engineering published and utilized by prestigious teaching institutes.
I really appreciate Mr. Rajiv, Kalpana, and their team for their work. They handled my case with utmost care and very professionally and did regular follow up with USCIS for the case status. They were always there to answer my questions and clarified them with almost details. I would highly recommend them if you have any immigration issues.
I have worked with Rajiv Khanna, Anna, Ulysses and Kalpana for over a year and finally got my H1 visa a couple of weeks ago. It was a tough year for H1 visas, with an increased number of RFEs. But the attorneys handled my case very well and provided excellent suggestions at crucial points. At every stage of the H1 process, the attorneys were well aware on how to tackle the case for the best result.
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My relationship with Rajiv's firm and the team goes back 10+ years - starting with initial application for H1 all the way through H1 renewals, green card application & subsequent approval, multiple EAD renewals and most recently application and approval of naturalization. All along the way, spanning multiple years, I have found the team of attorneys and specifically the broader team to be attentive to detail, sensitive to requirements and above all courteous and ever willing to help. I've had the pleasure of discussing directly with Rajiv on many occasions and every interaction is characterized by a deep understanding of the problem at hand and practical advise on how best to resolve. One couldnt ask for more while navigating the immigration system in the US. This is a great team and I'm forever thankful for the guidance and support they have provided. Needless to say, if you are looking for immigration support I'm positive that this firm will meet and exceed expectations.
If I may verify the processing times involved in NIW. Since it falls under EB2 category, I am assuming it may be a long time before I can get my EAD card and be able to change employers. Also, I want to confirm if there could be issues if I change employers during the process - If so, I'd prefer to change my current employer before starting with it.