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Chris Musillo on Nurse and Allied Health Immigration

October 2010 Visa Bulletin

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The Department of State has just released the October 2010 Visa Bulletin, which is the first Visa Bulletin for US Fiscal Year 2011. This Visa Bulletin had small progress in several classifications. The present processing dates are: EB-1 - all current EB-2 - all current, except China (22 MAY 06) and India (08 MAY 06) EB-3 - all 08 JAN 05, except China (08 NOV 03), India (15 JAN 02), and Mexico (22 APR 01)

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  1. Marly's Avatar
    Hi Chris!

    Please help me with this...if you may.I'm an H1C nurse my visa expires April 2011 but my I-94 expires November 2011.Until when am i allowed to work with my emplyer? Please help me this question has puzzled the H1C community in Texas.
  2. Chris Musillo's Avatar
    Hi Marly-

    The I-94 governs work authorzation. Therefore it sounds like you are elgible to work on the H-1C until Nov 2011. Of course, you should check with your attorney to be certain.

    Good luck!
    Chris
  3. Adi's Avatar
    Chris, any chance of nurse's immigration bill after Nov elections?
  4. Chris Musillo's Avatar
    @Adi-

    Impossible to say at this point. It probably depends upon how many Republicans are elected to the House/Senate in November.
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