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Old 01-11-2012, 09:46 AM
TeddyKoochu TeddyKoochu is offline
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10/15/2007
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Originally Posted by Suva View Post
Pre 2000 there was backlog for EB3-India & EB3-China though it was not like what we have today. In addition to spillover visas AC21 in 2000 allowed another 130,000 lost visas from 1990 to 2000 to be used to clear the backlog and 7% limit was also excluded from these lost visas. This worked from 2000 to 2004 and there was no backlog during this period. After this 130,000 visas got exhausted this current backlog got started building up over the years.

Yes I would check postings by gcperm & sangiano.

Thanks
What are your thoughts and interpretations based on the link for INA 202. AC21 act just amended INA 202 that is still the guideline. The interpretation has always been disputed though, all that changed in 2007 was that it was interpreted in the favour of EB2 I/C as opposed to EB3 ROW.
INA: ACT 202 - NUMERICAL LIMITATION TO ANY SINGLE FOREIGN STATE
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