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KLOVAS IMMIGRATION LAW GROUP Aug 14
The EB5 category remains current for all countries of chargeability, with the exception of China and Vietnam. The cutoff date for these two countries remains at August 1, 2014.
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William Stock Oct 11
is out today for November. For those asking about predictions for India EB-1/2/3 movement for the year, my educated guess is that what you see is what you get. 1/3
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mattenlaw Nov 5
i’m excited to announce the launch of my law firm ... a law firm … but much more … changing the business of immigration law … official launch coming 12-10-18
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Andres Zamberk Dec 17
According to the Cato Institute, there's a 150 year wait for India born immigrants with advanced degrees to receive their greencards, despite following all the legal protocols.
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Green and Spiegel, U.S. Jul 15
Attention prospective immigrants: the Visa Bulletin for August 2019 is out. Check Final Action Dates and Dates for Filing Applications here:
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Attorney Helps You Sep 15
Visa Bulletin For October 2018 - A. STATUTORY NUMBERS This bulletin summarizes the availability of immigrant numbers during October for: “Final Action Dates” and “Dates for Filing”.
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VisaPlace Aug 9
September 2018 not very promising. No visas available for EB-1 category (employment based first preference) world wide (yes world wide) likely until the 2019 New Year —if that. Stay tuned for more update
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H1B Headquarters Dec 26
Visa Bulletin Summary – January 2019
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TruVisa 13 Mar 18
EB1 India and EB1 china are now back-logged with 1 Jan 2012 as priority date. Not 'current' anymore in April 2018 .
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ANI3H 19 Mar 18
issues every month: - C indicates applications are current - Date indicates the agency is processing applications before that date. ---- There is not much demand from countries other than India, China, & Phillipines from an employment-based perspective.
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mattenlaw Feb 6
Beautiful day in for the Canada Chapter Meeting. Amazing presentation by .snyder on new H-1B registration rule. Thanks for hosting the meeting.
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Joban Marwah Apr 12
Another another disappointing day. . The need for skill based immigration is now.
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drhelpy 13 Jul 18
How would you feel when on May 2017 being announced as a selectee from DV lottery then after 14months of wait and hopes on July’18 being announced that you actually won’t be included? Any idea how disappointed is this?
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TruVisa 10 May 18
Just a peanut size movement in queue for Indians in June 2018. Moves ahead by 4 days from 22 Dec 08 to 26 Dec 2008! Will it ever cross over to 2009? It certainly has not in the past couple of years!
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USCISCaseTrackerApp May 14
for June 2019 is now available:
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Kidambi & Associates Nov 13
Employment Based Preference - December 2018 Visa Bulletin
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Paula Forero 23 Apr 18
This week's training: the visa bulletin. Read it carefully or you may miss information. Tip: create a spreadsheet of immigrant petitions filed with their priority dates and compare the dates to the visa bulletin.
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Mario Musil, JD, MBA Aug 14
Due to high demand for employment-based visas, visa allocations regressed to cases filed in '13 for EB2 and '16 for EB3. The processing times should return to "current" timeline in October.
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Chugh, LLP 18 Jan 18
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ErikaG 29 Nov 17
Just looked at the . If you are an from wanting to apply for certain family members, the waitlist is about 21 years. So when ppl say "Get in Line!" ask them if they'd feel comfortable waiting 21 years to see their kids.
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