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Recording Available, October 20, 2016 Community Conference Call with Attorney Rajiv S. Khanna

Discussion in 'Free Conference Call For US Immigration Questions' started by DEEPAMENON, Oct 7, 2016.

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  1. Uconnpari

    Uconnpari New Member

    Good evening Rajiv Sir,

    My query is specific for EB-1 petition process. I am a postdoctoral fellow in US investigatin DNA-damage and -repair of environmental carcinogens in human cells. Recently, I have received invitations to chair specific sessions / sections of two separate international conferences scheduled in Europe and China respectively. I would be grateful, if you can provide your inputs regarding value-addition (if at all any) brought in by these invited leadership positions (chair, co-chair etc.) in a EB-1 petition.

    Best regards to you and your staff,


    DEEPAMENON Team Member, Immigration.Com Staff Member

    "A query from our community member"

    Dear Mr. Khanna,

    This is in continuation to my question on the Oct 6 conference call:
    1. I have a medical issue which inhibits my capacity to work effectively. I saw many doctors, exhausted all my medical leaves undergoing different allopathy treatments but made little progress. Now I want to try alternate treatments and I plan to go to my home country for these. How can I do that?
    2. What should I do, before leaving the US and also while in my home country, to keep my H1B-status alive until I return to the US and resume work?
    3. What all documentation is needed for visa stamping and at port of entry considering this situation? Can there be a time gap between visa stamping
    and port of entry?
    4. What additional documentation needs to be completed before leaving? Anything on the income tax or health insurance side?
    Would you be able to help me with this situation.

  3. Rajiv S. Khanna

    Rajiv S. Khanna HOST, Immigration.Com Staff Member

    Sorry, we don't practice in the political asylum area.

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