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Old 02-09-2010, 02:13 PM
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May-04
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EB3
I140 Mailed Date
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08/07/2007
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India
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I-140+I-485
I485 Mailed Date
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08/07/2007
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I am sure everyone here agrees that the intent of the EB Categories is qualification needed to start in a position.

BS and less than 5years = EB3, BS and more than 5 years or MS = EB2 etc, etc

When the classification was made, I do not think "powers" did not anticipate that a person would have to wait for 9+ years to get a GC (in the case of EB3). Now we have people who have been performing the duties of the position and have gained valuable experience.

Questions to members of this forum -
Will it be fair if EB2 with PDs greater than 3 years and EB3 with PDs greater than 8 years treated equally for getting spillover visas (without country quota considerations)? I am not talking an automatic upgrade, only the spillover. This is just starting the clock from the PD, we could have EB3 and EB2 who could have more experience. (I have 8 years of prePD experience and almost 6 years of (May2004) PD experience).
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