B-2 Visa

B-1/B-2 Extension for Autistic Child

Our office was retained to file a B-1/B-2 extension on behalf of a 34-year old male who was diagnosed with autism and requires ongoing supervision and monitoring. He is dependent on his mother, a permanent resident of the US, who is his legal guardian and only source of care. His father is a resident of Botswana.  Botswana regulations do not make provisions for a child above the age of 21 to reside in the country as a dependent. Even in the US, regulations do not consider children over the age of 21 to be dependents of their parents.

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Guestbook Entry for Mita B., United States

Name: 
Mita B.
State: 
Missouri
Citizenship and Naturalization: 
Nonimmigrant Visas: 
Immigration.com: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
My question to Mr. Khanna was on B-2 visa application for my Mother while simultaneously applying for her immigrant visa petition and adjusting her status in the USA during her stay. Additionally, he has assisted me with my own Citizenship questions earlier. As always, Mr. Khanna provided me with valuable insights and information on how to proceed that would best benefit my situation and my Mother’ case. What I liked most is, him being very punctual in getting back to delivering on promises and with accurate opinions. I applaud Mr. Khanna and his team for the work they are doing - helping so many people with their immigration needs. I would always feel comfortable knowing his services are excellent in getting the job done, on time! Thank you!

Guestbook Entry for Mita, United States

Name: 
Mita
Profession/Occupation: 
Nonimmigrant Visas: 
State: 
Missouri
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
<SPAN style=”RIGHT: auto”>&nbsp;I have worked with Mr. Khanna’ Law Firm for over&nbsp;12 years now, in many ways, either through having my questions answered (when I was still a student), to getting my work visa done, or most recently, for visitor’ visa inquiries / clarifications. Mr. Khanna and his team, have ALWAYS&nbsp;provided me with&nbsp;their valuable time and advice very graciously. Their 15 minutes of a conference call time to answer / address&nbsp;a&nbsp;question / issue, mean a lot to people who are on the receiving end. While there are many Lawyers / Attorneys who provide such services to their communities, I hardly know of ANY Law Firm who do so regularly,&nbsp;have done so for many, many years, and will continue to provide such&nbsp;services even in the future, including to those who are NOT their <SPAN style=”RIGHT: auto”><SPAN style=”RIGHT: auto”>clients</SPAN></SPAN>. There could be many instances when an individual is not able to pay the consultation fees. If it is&nbsp;not an abuse of his time and a genuine, sincere&nbsp;request has been made, Mr. Khanna and team WILL work out a way to provide those consultation services free of cost. Why so? Because, this is THEIR PASSION, … to help people in the community. I personally admire this gesture and professionalism.</SPAN>&nbsp; <P style=”RIGHT: auto” id=yui_3_2_0_22_1343615253942610>Very recently, I had specific and some general questions regarding B-2 visa <SPAN class=mark>RFE’s</SPAN> for my Mother, who has been here under medical and humanitarian grounds, for quite a few years&nbsp;. This being the 2<SPAN class=mark>nd</SPAN> <SPAN class=mark>RFE</SPAN> that I have received, put me into some worries, <SPAN style=”RIGHT: auto”><SPAN>questioning</SPAN></SPAN> the Agency’ motives as to why such <SPAN class=mark>RFE</SPAN>’ after so long when all the <SPAN style=”RIGHT: auto”><SPAN>required</SPAN></SPAN> documents were handed to <SPAN class=mark>USCIS</SPAN> each time the application/petition was sent for a renewal. Clearly the Agency wants to get a clear picture about my Mother’ health condition, and the costs associated with that and who is paying for her support so that she doesn’t become a public burden. Her health condition doesn’t allow for her to travel and the notion of her separation from me,&nbsp;due of the care that I give to her, makes her physical&nbsp;condition worse. Not to mention, that the most recent economic&nbsp;downturn has put me into some dire situations, conditions to provide for medical support. She did&nbsp;receive state’ help for her medical expenses recently. I’m worried for this situation, which I wasn’t earlier. It was for this reason, I contacted Mr. Khanna,&nbsp;and he provided me with his valuable answers, the&nbsp;best approach to answer such <SPAN class=mark>RFE</SPAN>, and what to do next. <P style=”RIGHT: auto” id=yui_3_2_0_22_1343615253942612>I CANNOT thank Mr. Khanna and his <SPAN style=”RIGHT: auto”><SPAN>whole</SPAN></SPAN> team much.&nbsp;It was so nice to have talked with Rena W. after many years, and to know that some of the team members, like Ana B.&nbsp;with whom I had worked earlier,&nbsp;are still there, providing their excellent services. <P id=yui_3_2_0_22_1343615253942614>I was first referred to&nbsp;Mr. Khanna&nbsp;by one of&nbsp; my friends, who also got his work visa and permanent residency done through Mr. Khanna. I can certainly refer anyone, to Mr. Khanna’ Immigration Offices, to receive excellent and prompt services, anytime, without any hesitation. <P id=yui_3_2_0_22_1343615253942616>Thank you for all that you do, for the community and its people. My very best wishes. <P style=”RIGHT: auto” id=yui_3_2_0_22_1343615253942618>&nbsp;</P>

Guestbook Entry for Sneha, United States

Name: 
Sneha
State: 
Philadelphia
Nonimmigrant Visas: 
Country: 
United States
Comment: 
Hi, I first of all like to appreciate the generosity of Mr Rajiv in replying to my email within 15min and then giving the phone conference appointment for no cost since I am a student. He is definitely a great person who really makes an effort to sort out others issues. I contacted him to know how my mom who already have visitor visa, can stay in US on continous basis as my dad recently passed away and I am the only child. I knew what he had suggested others who were on H1 visas and had same issues (by listening to the record of past tele conferences), but wanted to confirm his opinion in my case. He said that I can also do visitor visa extensions in lieu of F2 visas, but he was hesitant as how would I support the medical expense. I understand his concern, but I would be contacting him again as I really want this to work for my mom. Anyhow, I am really thankful to him and his staff for being so supportive and understanding. Wish the entire team good luck and high success.

B-2 (Visitors or Tourist) visa Extensions for an investor and for a parent

We have received two interesting  B-2 extensions.  It has been my view that under certain circumstances  B-2 can and should be permitted by USCIS to be used even where the applicant has an immigrant intent or is otherwise staying longer than usual in USA.  Apparently, USCIS agrees.

Nonimmigrant Visas: 
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B-1/B-2 Visa

We requested a reconsideration of a B-1/B-2 visa denial by a US Consulate in India. The applicant and his wife applied for visa to visit their son in the U.S. The wife was granted a 10 year multiple entry visa, but the husband's application was denied based on Section 214(b) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (possible immigrant). This obviously made no sense. Why would one of the husband-wife applicants be denied while the other one granted the visa?  We requested reconsideration, fully explaining the circumstances in his favor and providing further proof.

Status: 
B-1/B-2 visa granted.
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