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Old 02-09-2010, 06:07 PM
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Originally Posted by ncrtpMay2004 View Post
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).
Do you agree that ROW EB2 has the same qualification as I/C EB2 (& EB3). While I/C EB2 wait for 3-5 years, ROW EB2 gets GC in a year. Do you think its fair or do we need to ask them to wait until EB2 guys who are waiting more than three years gets the GC.

When you compare there is no comparison...
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