July 2022 Visa Bulletin Predictions

As the year passes by and visa applicants wait for their priority date to approach, uncertainty can quickly turn into frustration and confusion. We understand that the backlog of visas is constantly growing, making the opportunity of getting a green card more difficult. Even with USCIS implementing changes in order to fast track the visa…

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Premium Processing Available for EB1/EB2 Petitions with E13 or E21 Classifications

The USCIS is now implementing premium processing for EB1 and EB2 petitioners who have a pending filed Form I-140, Immigrant Petition for Alien Workers. This will specifically apply to certain previously filed forms that are listed under: E13 – Multinational Manager and Executive, or E21 – Member of the Professions holding an Advanced Degree or…

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Presidential Panel In US Votes To Process Green Cards Within 6 Months

A presidential advisory council in the United States has voted to shorten the green card application process, which, if enacted, will significantly reduce the time it takes for Indian candidates.  The President’s Advisory Commission on Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (PACAANHPI) voted to cut the time it takes to get a green card…

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Long US Visa Processing Blocks Tourism Recovery and Growth

Long visa processing is between millions of dollars for the U.S. travel industry and jobs. While much of the country may return to normal this year, international travel will not be able to rebound to pre-pandemic levels until 2024 due to visa backlogs. Travel Industry in the United States  The US economy relies heavily on…

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June 2022 Visa Bulletin Results & Analysis

The June 2022 Visa Bulletin has been released, and it’s leaving many India EB2 and EB3 green card applicants with 2014 and 2015 priority dates wondering how long they’ll be waiting before significant movement will be made. June 2022 Visa Bulletin Results If you recall in our June 2022 Visa Bulletin Predictions, we did not…

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