1. Spec says that EB4 demand should persist for 2.5 years, and I hope to see less demand before that
2. If EB3I moves to April 2006, porting will come down
3. EB5 has been under lot of limelight because of abuse issues
4. Just a matter of time before EB1C is under scrutiny. Already hearing a lot of USCIS office visits
I think future looks bright. Keep the faith on.
There are some factors to consider - one PERM may result in more than one visa - the average I think is 2 visa per perm. Plus - many of these perm might be for EB3 to EB2 upgrades. Then there are EB2s that do not need perm. So the calculation is not a simple subtraction - but the basic premise is correct - there shouldn't be too many EB3Is in 2009.
Q, imdeng, Kanmani, iatiam, and all other long-time members of this forum. Its been such a long time on this forum, that when I read posts from you guys, it feels like reading posts from friends. Hopefully, we all get GCs soon.
Within the next couple of years, many of those old timers would be citizens and many would have already become citizens.
Hello guys new to this forum, EB2 - may 2009. would the retrogression of EB2 I filing date indicate that they would allow using filing date to be used? this might be a positive direction i think. am hoping there would be a chance atleast to file for EAD some time in 2018. i have crossed the perm ocean 3 times.. not sure if i could withstand one more of this new job ->wait 6 months to initiate perm -> perm preparation for 6 months (PWD took 4 months!) -> wait for perm approval 6 months!!!
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Should the folks in the queues be worried? :-( This is getting very depressing every day. Unnecessary stress for the creative minds with no clarity.
Hope EB5 Visa expiry or changes to increase the capital requirement will give some spill over (which might be consumed by EB1 though).....hope for some relief....
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Yeah Man! look at this graph. The blue wait line going low is the EB2 wait time in years . The lower part is where it crosses into 2009 and then swings back. Though you are right it didn't reach June.
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Thanks Spec for your wonderful work.
Regularly I check your data. Thanks dude for your help.
Thank you All for the insights...
I agree . Thanks Spec.
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