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November 2011 Visa Bulletin Advanced By 3.5 Months India EB2, 7 Days EB3

Slow progress again for EB3 India category which advanced by just 7 days. This is unexpected slow movement as fiscal year just started and the dates have been same at snail’s pace. EMAIL NEWSLETTERYour Email Address:Delivered by FeedBurner

Posted By: Kalyan | Date: October 11, 2011 | Categories: GreenCard, Immigration, OtherNews, VisaBulletin

October 2011 Visa Bulletin – India EB2 3 Months EB3 7 Days Advanced

October 2011 visa bulletin is out which is the first for fiscal year 2012. Good news continues for EB2 status holders for India where their dates advanced by 91 days whereas the slow snail pace EB3 continues with just a week advancement.

Posted By: Kalyan | Date: September 10, 2011 | Categories: GreenCard, Immigration, VisaBulletin

July 2011 Visa Bulletin – India EB2 Dates Advanced Significantly By 144 Days

Good news to India EB2 visa applicants. The dates moved significantly by 144 days for EB2 category to March 2007. EB3 dates are moving at snails pace of just 9 days. July 2011 visa bulletin link is available here

Posted By: Kalyan | Date: June 12, 2011 | Categories: GreenCard, Immigration, VisaBulletin

January 2011 Visa Bulletin India Dates EB2 Unchanged, EB3 Advanced By 10 Days

The movement has been slow in January Visa Bulletin with slight improvement. Except for Mexico all other countries remain slightly advanced.

Posted By: Kalyan | Date: December 10, 2010 | Categories: GreenCard, Immigration, VisaBulletin

December 2010 Visa Bulletin India Dates Unchanged

India dates for EB2 and EB3 remain same even for December 2010 Visa Bulletin. See the below table for how many days each country advanced in latest Visa Bulletin. Here is official 2010 December Visa Bulletin link.

Posted By: Kalyan | Date: November 13, 2010 | Categories: GreenCard, Immigration, VisaBulletin

EB2 India Dates To Move Very Slowly

The Capitol Immigration Law Group posted on their website the details of American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) discussion session on prediction of Visa Bulletin dates. Mr. Oppenheim, the person responsible for Visa Bulletins gave future predictions of the monthly and annual visa number allocations for family- and employment-based green cards. Mainly large applicants who previously […]

Posted By: Kalyan | Date: September 26, 2010 | Categories: GreenCard, Immigration, VisaBulletin

December 2009 VisaBulletin – India EB3 dates advanced

Its the time of the month for immigration US Visa Bulletin. December 2009 bulletin remained same as November 2009 for Employment Based Visa Category. The only exception is that for India EB3 dates advanced by a week from November 2009 Visa Bulletin dates of 22APR01 to 01May01. Here is Employment Based Visa Category dates : […]

Posted By: Kalyan | Date: November 13, 2009 | Categories: OtherNews, VisaBulletin

EB2 Dates Advanced September Visa Bulletin 2009

There is some positive news for India EB2 category in September 2009 Visa Bulletin released on August 13, 2009. For both India and China the dates advanced to 08 January 2005. The previous date was 1 October 2003 for EB2 category for August 2009 bulletin. EB3 continues to be in unavailable state and is expected […]

Posted By: Kalyan | Date: August 14, 2009 | Categories: Immigration, VisaBulletin

May 2009 Visa Bulletin India Dates – EB3 Unavailable

In May 2009 Visa bulletin the bad news came too early , May 2009 bulletin retrogressed India Employment Third preference to unavailable cut-off date which clearly indicates demand for EB3 numbers – (AOS)adjustment of status cases. May 2009 Bulletin released reflected the big drop not only for India but also to other countries EB3 category […]

Posted By: Kalyan | Date: April 10, 2009 | Categories: Immigration, VisaBulletin

February 2009 Visa Bulletin India dates

The February 2009 visa bulletin is available now. For India – EB2 advanced by 6 months EB3 dates remain unchanged – EB2 dates are now 1 Jan 2004 where as EB3 its 15 October 2001. As expected the major changes may be postponed until new administration – Obama led government take over White House on […]

Posted By: Kalyan | Date: January 13, 2009 | Categories: OtherNews, VisaBulletin