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Chris Musillo on Nurse and Allied Health Immigration

August Visa Bulletin 2010

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by Chris Musillo

The Department of State has just released the August 2010 Visa Bulletin. There has been a significant promotion of priority dates.

The relevant dates are:

EB-1 - all current
EB-2 - all current, except China (01 MAR 06) and India (01 MAR 06)

EB-3 - all 01 JUN 04, except China (22 SEP 03), India (01 JAN 02), and Mexico (U)

Notes on specific countries:

China: China EB2 improved almost four months since the July Visa Bulletin. China EB3 unfortunately is now separate from the EB3 All Chargeability.

India: India has made significant progressions in the last two months. There was excellent progress in India EB2, which has now jumped 13 months since the May 2010 Visa Bulletin from 01 FEB 05. India EB3 is now in 2002 for the first time.

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

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  1. Adi's Avatar

    Response to those who do not believe in nursing shortage and grim future that awaits healthcare system of this country.
  2. Jim's Avatar
    A piece-meal legislation is needed ASAP to help alleviate the nursing shortage and it's further growth in a few short years from now.

    Those in power or in the authority should by-pass the B.S. about the "no nursing shortage" comments.

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    Everything can be taken from a man but one thing; the freedom to choose his attitude in any given set of circumstances. (Leonhard Frand , German novelist)
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