EB2 and EB3 Priority Dates are released by the USCIS for September 2013.The USCIS declared, EB2 Priority Dates for India moved Forward Again by 6 Months from 1st JAN 2008 to 15th JUN 2008. There is some movement even for EB3 Priority Dates as well. The EB3 priority dates also moved Forward by 8 Months from 22nd JAN 2003 to 22nd SEP 2003.
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The September 2013 Visa Bulletin is accessible at:
The EB2 priority dates for China haven’t gone any forward this month and EB3 priority dates have gone forward by 6 months.
Employment Based Categories:
- EB1 refers to priority workers. Persons of extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, and athletics, outstanding professors and researchers and certain executives and managers.
- EB2 refers to professionals holding advanced degrees, or persons of exceptional ability in the arts, sciences, or business.
- EB3 refers to skilled workers and professionals holding baccalaureate degrees.
- EB4 refers to certain special immigrants. These include religious workers, certain overseas employees of the U.S. Government, former employees of the Panama Canal Company, retired employees of international organizations, certain dependents of international organization employees and certain members of the U.S. Armed Forces.
- EB5 refers to employment creation investors.
Previous month’s Visa Bulletins Update:
The EB1priority dates are still continuing to be Current. EB4 and EB5 priority dates also stay current and are being processed for the current dates.
According to the USCIS, on the EB2 Priority Dates for India
This cut-off date has been advanced significantly more than originally expected, based on the projection that there would be “otherwise unused” numbers under the overall Employment Second preference annual limit. This is the result of a decrease in Employment First preference number use, and a similar decrease in Employment Second preference demand for most other countries during the past two months. It is expected that such movement will generate a very significant amount of new India demand during the coming months.
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