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Immigration Services, USCIS

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USCIS - Business VISA

Some of the common nonimmigrant business visa categories, Kenjay Law Offices work with include

  • B-1/B-2 (visitors)
  • F/M (students)
  • H (temporary workers H1B, H4, H4-EAD)
  • J (exchange visitors, waivers)
  • L (intra-company transfers)
  • E (treaty traders/investors-E1, Australian free trade-E2, )
  • O (extraordinary ability)
  • P (athletes, entertainment groups)
  • TN (NAFTA)
  • R (religious visa)
  • AC21 portability
  • E-Verify and SEVIS, etc.

USCIS - Permanent Immigration

Some of the common permanent immigration categories, Kenjay Law Offices work with include:

  • PERM (permanent labor certification)
  • I-140 (immigrant petitions)
  • I-485 (adjustments of status)
  • EB1- Extraordinary ability petitions. To qualify for an EB1 Green Card as a first priority worker, the applicant must have an extraordinary ability, or be an outstanding professor or researcher, or be a multinational executive or manager.
  • EB2 - To qualify for an EB2 Green Card, the applicant must have an advanced degree or exceptional ability in their profession. Applicants must have a permanent job offer from a US employer who will act as the applicant's sponsor.
  • EB3 - To qualify for an EB3 Green Card, the applicant must have a permanent, full time job offer from a US employer for which qualified workers are not available in the United States.
  • National interest waiver (NIW) petitions
  • EB-5 (investor petition)

USCIS - Permanent Immigration

Some of the common permanent immigration categories, Kenjay Law Offices work with include

  • A family based immigrant petition can be filed by a U. S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident for their foreign national relatives. For filing for any family based petition, a U. S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident must be of 21 years and above.
  • Immediate Relatives: Parents, spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21 of a U.S. Citizen.
  • Unmarried Sons and Daughters of U.S. Citizens – First Preference Category (F-1)
  • Spouses and Children, and Unmarried Sons and Daughters of Lawful Permanent Residents – Second Preference Category (F-2)
  • Spouses and unmarried Children under 21 years of age (F-2A)
  • Unmarried Sons and Daughters age 21 or older (F-2B)
  • Married Sons and Daughters of U.S. Citizens – Third Preference Category (F-3)
  • Brothers and Sisters of adult[2] U.S. Citizens - Fourth Preference Category (F-4)
  • Fiancé€ visa (K1) for the foreign national. Once issued, the fiancé(e) visa (or K-1 nonimmigrant visa) allows your fiancé(e) to enter the United States for 90 days so that the marriage ceremony can take place. Once married, the foreign national spouse may apply for permanent residence and remain in the United States while USCIS processes the application. Fiancé(e) status automatically expires after 90 days. It cannot be extended.

USCIS - Naturalization, Waivers

Naturalization, Waivers, Other topics

  • Naturalization
  • Waivers like inadmissibility waivers, provisional unlawful presence waivers, J-1 waivers, etc.
  • Re-entry permit
  • Removal/waiver of conditions (I-751) on Permanent Resident Status
  • Renewal of Permanent Resident Card.

Immigration Services, VISA Services For NRI

NRI services for India

  • Visa
  • OCI card
  • Renunciation/Surrender certificate
  • Passport
  • Representing the clients for Family law cases and civil cases in India.

Schedule a free immigration consultation with Kenny Bhatt, Esq, (Ph.D. in Law)