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Retrogression, priority dates and Visa bulletins Issues surrounding the retrogression of the priority dates for the various employment based categories

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Old 03-05-2010, 03:12 PM
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Default Demand Data Used of the April 2010

Demand Data Used in the Determination of the April 2010.

http://www.travel.state.gov/pdf/Empl...utOffDates.pdf
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Old 03-05-2010, 03:20 PM
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If this is a true information ( which i believe so), then why there is a HUGE disconnect between the numbers posted w.r.t backlog details of pending applications in USCIS web sites and DHS web sites?
Can some one explain why EB3 India stuck for ages in 2001 ???
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Demand Data Used in the Determination of the April 2010.

http://www.travel.state.gov/pdf/Empl...utOffDates.pdf
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Old 03-05-2010, 03:30 PM
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1- EB3 ROW yearly limit = 42,671 (minus 5000 for EW)

2- EB3 ROW cumulative demand prior to 2006 = 27,200

From 1 and 2 we deduce:

EB3 ROW should reach at least end of 2005 this year (if USCIS doesn't cheat or waste)

Am I missing anything?
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Old 03-05-2010, 03:32 PM
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If this is a true information ( which i believe so), then why there is a HUGE disconnect between the numbers posted w.r.t backlog details of pending applications in USCIS web sites and DHS web sites?
Can some one explain why EB3 India stuck for ages in 2001 ???
Here is the answer: 245(i)

245(I) - Immigration Wiki
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The problem was that hundreds of thousands of otherwise qualified persons who missed the January 14, 1998 deadline cannot adjust status in the U.S., and cannot return to their countries to obtain green cards without being subject to either a three or a ten-year bar from returning to the U.S. These persons have been in a state of legal limbo since 1998. Congress gave a holiday present to hundreds of thousands of potential immigrants on December 15, 2000 when they extended the grandfathering date of sec. 245(i) to April 30, 2001. Not only does this extend the benefits of 245(i) to persons who had labor certifications or visa petitions (I-130, I-140 or I-360) filed on their behalf between 1998 and 2000, but it gives persons over four months AFTER the passage of the law to qualify for the benefits of 245(i).
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Prior To China - March 2010 China - April 2010 Net Approved China India - March 2010 India -April 2010 Net Approved
CY-2006 2,650 2,400 250 10,150 9900 250
CY-2007 10,550 10,300 250 28,450 28250 200
CY-2008 16,150 15,800 350 37,350 37100 250
CY-2010 16,250 15,900 350 37,450 37200 250
I think 250 visas approved in a month is just distributing 2800/12. I guess this becomes more evident when the spill over comes into effect. That should give a jump in the approved & the demand before CY-2006 should be <150.
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And EB2 reduced by 250, is this how much EB2 will be allocated without spill over every month ?
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If it is only 250 visas that are allotted every month for EB2 - I, it would take 28,250/250 = 113 months = ~9 years.

Is my understanding correct that it would take 9 years for Dec 2007 to become current without spillovers?
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If it is only 250 visas that are allotted every month for EB2 - I, it would take 28,250/250 = 113 months = ~9 years.

Is my understanding correct that it would take 9 years for Dec 2007 to become current without spillovers?
Yes, if there is no spillover. However, if there is considerable spillover from EB-1/2 ROW, then a few thousand visas are allotted to EB2-I and the date moves forward by many months.
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Not Dec 2007, it is Jan 2007! 28250 is prior to 2007.

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If it is only 250 visas that are allotted every month for EB2 - I, it would take 28,250/250 = 113 months = ~9 years.

Is my understanding correct that it would take 9 years for Dec 2007 to become current without spillovers?
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