Naresh M Gehi’s Guides

Naresh M Gehi

Flushing Immigration Attorney.

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  1. New York’s No-Fault Divorce

    Written by attorney Naresh Gehi, almost 3 years ago.

    Are you looking to file an uncontested divorce? Is your marriage irretrievably broken? Are you no longer in love with your spouse? If you answered yes to any of these questions, the attorneys and paralegals of Gehi Associates can assist you. On October 12, 2010, New York became...

  2. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: Questions and Answers

    Written by attorney Naresh Gehi, almost 3 years ago.

    What is the difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy? Chapter 13 bankruptcy, also known as Wage Earner Bankruptcy, is designed for individuals and married couples who are able to repay a portion of their debts over time. When you file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you w...

  3. 221(g) Visa Denials From Consular Offices

    Written by attorney Naresh Gehi, almost 3 years ago.

    A 221(g) is a type of visa denial that occurs when a petitioner has not met the requirements for an approved visa petition. In this case, the petitioner becomes ineligible under INA Section 221(g) as mandated either by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) or a co...

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  4. H-1B: Prevailing Wages and Alternative Wage Survey

    Written by attorney Naresh Gehi, almost 3 years ago.

    Wages for H-1B workers: Prevailing wages is the average wages paid to similar employees in a certain occupation. However, wages differ from geographic location. Employers are required by the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) to pay an H-1B worker equal to or more than the prevaili...

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  5. Common LCA Mistakes Resulting in Violations

    Written by attorney Naresh Gehi, almost 3 years ago.

    An H-1B audit is conducted by the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) and is an investigation into a companys use of Labor Condition Applications (LCA). The USDOL will investigate the companys records and the records of the H-1B visa workers. Within the company, the USDOL will searc...

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  6. Types of Penalties Associated With LCA Violations

    Written by attorney Naresh Gehi, almost 3 years ago.

    Companies found in violation of the LCA may face three different types of penalties. The first type is civil monetary fines, in which there are three different levels of fines. The first level includes any inaccuracies and distortions in a filed LCA, failure to put enough effort ...

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  7. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: Questions and Answers

    Written by attorney Naresh Gehi, almost 3 years ago.

    What is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? Chapter 7 is a section of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code that allows someone with a lot of debt to receive discharge (forgiveness) from all of his or her dischargeable debts, and orders the creditors of those dischargeable debts to FOREVER stop their atte...

  8. H-1B: How to Establish an Employer-Employee Relationship

    Written by attorney Naresh Gehi, almost 3 years ago.

    Federal regulations require that all employers present evidence of an employer-employee relationship. In these instances, an employer must show that he or she has the right to supervise, direct, review and terminate the H-1B worker. An employer must also demonstrate that these ri...

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  9. Cancellation of Removal Information

    Written by attorney Naresh Gehi, almost 3 years ago.

    Cancellation of Removal is a form of relief for a person in a deportation case and is available to both permanent residents and nonpermanent residents. An illegal immigrant can apply for Cancellation of Removal if he or she meets the following requirements: Applicant must have b...

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  10. Dream Act Basics

    Written by attorney Naresh Gehi, almost 3 years ago.

    The Dream Act, also known as the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act, was reintroduced in the Senate and House of Representatives on May 11, 2011. The Dream Act would give conditional temporary residency and eventually permanent residency andU.S.citizenship to...

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