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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy

JANUARY 2011 VISA BULLETIN RUNDOWN

Rating: 2 votes, 5.00 average.

Here's the link. Bad news in the family categories as much of the advancement of the last two years has been reversed with major retrogressions. The only good news was a ten month jump for Mexico EB-3 cases.

Family 1st- 13 month retrogression for most countries to January 2005; six month advance for Dominican Republic to January 2005; one week advance for Mexico.

Family 2A - world numbers retrogress 20 months to January 2008; Mexico retrogresses five years to April 2005.

Family 2B - world numbers retrogress more than two years to April 2003; Dominican Republic advances two months to March 2002; Mexico stalled at June 1992. Philippines numbers retrogress ten months to May 1999.

Family 3rd - Most countries retrogress a year and half to January 2001. Philippines retrogresses nine more months to October 1991.

Family 4th - Most countries stalled at January 2002. Mexico stalled at 22 December 1995. The Philippines stalled at January 1988.



Employment 1st - still current in all categories.

Employment 2nd - weak movement for India and China; just a two week improvement for China (22 June 2006) and stalled again for India (8 May 2006).

Employment 3rd - modest movement; one month advance for most countries to 22 March 2005; one week advance for China to 15 December 2003; India moves up one week to 1 February 2002. Mexico jumps 10 months to 15 April 2003 and the Philippines jumps a month to 22 March 2005.

Employment 3rd Other Workers - most countries remain stalled at 22 April 2003; India moves up one week to 1 February 2002; Mexico jumps 10 months to 15 April 2003.

Employment 4th - still current in all categories.

Employment 5th - still current in all categories.

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  1. My 2 cents's Avatar
    How come this bulletin is out early? Oh, I get it, they just had to change the month from the previous month's lol!!!
  2. Deb's Avatar
    How is F2A from Jan 2011 to Jan 2008 is 36 months? How is it retrogressed to 20 months?
  3. test@test.com's Avatar
    Its a shame and shame on legal immigration system.Insult to immigrants who put so much effort to gain LPR and citizen ship. ITs no more a dream country .....all false hopes and promises .....all our effort has been ignored and we are treated as animals.....shame shame....
  4. myName's Avatar
    they are all lazy, not more than that. Immigration service has proved itself,how incompetent they are. I was expecting a couple of months but 20 months and for F2A category went back to 2008. This is outrageous. They are pushing people work illegally, that's what we do, unfortunate!!!
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