Published by : Times of India - Article by: Lubna Kably - Date: November 22, 2019
Quotes and Excerpts from Rajiv on the article:
Rajiv Khanna, Managing Partner at Immigration.com told TOI, “For L-1B, under the statute, the beneficiary (proposed visa holder) is deemed to have specialised knowledge if he or she has ‘special’ knowledge of the company’s product and its application in international markets. An ‘advanced’ knowledge of the processes and procedures of the company also qualify.”
“As the terms ‘special’ and ‘advanced’ are not defined, DHS could do so. However, the overall intent of the statute needs to be obeyed, else any new regulation could be subject to judicial challenge,” explains Khanna.
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