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RandyK
11-15-2010, 04:30 PM
http://www.travel.state.gov/pdf/EmploymentDemandUsedForCutOffDates.pdf

babu123
11-15-2010, 04:50 PM
Based on this information, dates wont move until next summer.
I am just off by 16 days. This is really crap...

uslegals
11-15-2010, 04:53 PM
Not even sure if it matters any more. We have been current for 3 months now but no update.

xela
11-15-2010, 05:17 PM
Does anyone have last months demand to compare?

Just curious cus I forgot to save it and I was looking for the breakdown of 2005 for EB3 ROW

Thanks!

Project_A
11-15-2010, 05:36 PM
Looks like the demand data does not include the backlog at NVC. How does it work? I am not familiar with the process. Any ideas...?

Please see my earlier posting:
Here is the latest snapshot of the backlog of EB applications:
EB1= 7,595 + 2,961 ( at NVC) + new applications.
EB2= 45,573 + 6,738 ( at NVC) + Huge backlog waiting in line.
EB3= 114,442 + 102,395 ( at NVC) + unknown backlog waiting in line.
*NVC stands for National Visa Center.
** Does not include service centers.

* Spillover to EB3 may not happen for several years due to a large number of EB2's waiting to submit their 485 applications.
* Even if spillover occurs, majority of them will go to EB3 Philippines (please See the NVC backlog).
* From the above, assuming no spillover to EB3-I, it would take (56,640 + 20,873)/2600=30 years.
* With spillover (lets say after 5++ years due to the pending EB2ís), it may take another 5 to 7 years to clear the EB3 backlog.