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Default I485 processing times - might they speed up?
The logic of making everyone current is that USCIS need to use up all the 140,000 visas by end of fiscal year.
I think that the slot does not get counted against the 140,000 until the GC is approved.
Therefore, USCIS may need to approve a lot of GC before October.
That would mean they need to process a bunch of applications within a 3 month period.
Is my logic flawed? Or might there be hope that some good number of us will get GC in 3 to 4 months?
Mark Bartosik, Chartered Software Engineer, from UK
IV NY Chapter
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