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Chris Musillo on Nurse and Allied Health Immigration

September Visa Bulletin

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The Department of State has just released the September 2010 Visa Bulletin. Again, there has been a notable promotion of priority dates.

The relevant dates are:

EB-1 - all current
EB-2 - all current, except China (08 MAR 06) and India (08 MAY 06)
EB-3 - all 15 DEC 04, except China (22 OCT 03), India (01 JAN 02), and Mexico (U)

Notes on specific countries:

China: China EB2 improved by two months since the August Visa Bulletin. China EB3 remained the same.

India: India EB2 improved by two months. There was excellent progress in India EB2, which has now jumped 15 months since the May 2010 Visa Bulletin from 01 FEB 05. India EB3 however did not move from the August 2010 Visa Bulletin.

Philippines: The Philippines' Priority Dates remain with the All Chargeability countries, which is a good sign. The EB3 has leapt ahead in recent months. It may move to 2005 in October.


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  1. Fred's Avatar
    Hi Chris,

    There's some confusion regarding this recent recent chart:

    In particular, if the pending cases stated there are cumulative or just the pending cases for that particular calendar year. The confusion was borne about the use of the term cumulative and then seeing CY 2007 for EB3 Philippines having only 1,700 when the cumulative demand prior to CY 2006 was already 4,750? If it's really cumulative demand then why it went back to 1,700??

    Where does that 1,700 really belong to?? Prior to CY 2007 - (meaning 2006) or does that 1,700 reflect the pending cases in CY 2007??

    Hope you can clarify this.
  2. Mexico Outsourcing's Avatar
    "Happy Days are Here Again!"? Hardly! Millions of people including many professional workers are forced to wait way too long for green cards.
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