H-4 Visa

Guestbook Entry for Sundip Kadam , United States

Name: 
Sundip Kadam
State: 
NJ
Nonimmigrant Visas: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

Law offices of Rajiv Khanna is very professional in their job. They will make sure to serve you the best and they make sure that you get all the possible help.
I have always had good experience with them hence all the immigration services from my office have been moved to Rajiv Khanna. The staff is prompt, responsive and very helpful and so is Rajiv himself. He takes personal interest and explains things easily.
And I also would like to mention the www.immigrationportal.com forum from Rajiv Khanna, which is an excellent service.
My personal thanks to Rajiv for the services and efforts he is making for the immigration community and his fight to make things right.
I would strongly recommend Rajiv and his law firm.
I can depend on them.
Thank You.
Sincerely,
Sundip.

Guestbook Entry for Dr.Venkata S.Nagireddi , United States

Name: 
Dr.Venkata S.Nagireddi
State: 
MO
Nonimmigrant Visas: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

My family visas have been denied as they were filed 4 months late, by my hospital lawyer.We are really grateful to Mr Rajiv S.Khanna who filed this case with INS, with a proper good cause and got approved in very short time.I strongly advice to go with this firm.Right from the beginning we have been advised honestly and promptly. Mr.Rajiv S.Khanna and his paralegal staff were brilliant and showed their professionalism working on my case.Both Charu Bhagat and Anna Baker were really good in communicating with us and keeping us up to date. Rajiv S.Khanna and his team rock my world!!!!!!!

Guestbook Entry for Rajesh, United States

Name: 
Rajesh
State: 
NY
Nonimmigrant Visas: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

These comments are being independent of the outcome of my application which is presently under process.What definately needs mention is the kind of professionalism shown by Law Offices of Rajiv Khanna (with specific mention to Rena Waddell and Sirisha Durgam. Their handling of my case papers, taking sincere interest in the case and not just providing lip service, providing me the correct information promptly, and keeping me upto date with the status has been extremely praiseworthy.

Guestbook Entry for Ahmad Raza, United States

Name: 
Ahmad Raza
State: 
MD
Nonimmigrant Visas: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 

We were very apprehensive about the problems and delays in getting the required visas. Our consultation with another immigration attorney was not very reassuring. On s friend's recommendation we consulted Rajiv. And things changed. Rajiv and his staff got our work done in no time. That was only part of it. The thing that impressed us most was their highly professional approach, sense of duty, and client-always-comes-first attitude. Whenever we phoned and/or visited their office, both Rajiv and his staff, Charu in particular, made us feel at home and gave us patient hearing, their own very busy and tight time schedule notwithstanding. Thank you Rajiv. Thank you Charu.

Covid-19/Coronavirus applying for B-2 status

I came to the US on H1b in 2010. My i140 got approved in Dec 2013. I joined a new employer on 21 Feb 2020. My H1B got approved till 20 Feb 2023, But I did not receive any receipt notice for my wife and my elder son H4. My employer told me that he applied for an H4 visa for my dependents. Unfortunately, I got laid off due to COVID-19 and my employer notified USCIS on 8th June 2020 to revoke my visa. My priority is to find a new job. But in case I do not find any job I would like to move out of the USA, I do not want to accrue unlawful days. But, due to the COVID-19 situation in India, I am scared to travel to India. My wife called USCIS and was asked to email USCIS on lockboxSupport@uscis.dhs.gov to notify her of the receipt number of my wife and son. But she has not received any response. I want to stay in the USA until the COVID-19 situation becomes normal. As per the Document COVID Coronavirus Converting to B-1 B-2 status.pdf on your website, I can apply for a change of status to B1/B2?

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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Discussion Topics, Thursday, 9 July 2020:

FAQ: Impact on US immigration for violation of other countries’ laws || Birth certificate problems for parents || H-4 and H-1 pending “last action rule” || Quitting job soon after getting green card || B-1/B-2 pending status, apply for H-1B || STEM OPT Extension: Third part site placements

Other:  Entry of a new born child on H-4 (proclamation) || Laid off after I-485 AOS interview || Green card holder outside USA for a long time || H-4 working on I-485 EAD || H-4 EAD lost, how to work || H-1B amendment, start new job || Company closure after I-140 approval || F-1 for aging out child

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