As recently announced by the Department of State (DOS) in the June 2015 Visa Bulletin, the second employment-based, second preference category (EB-2) and EB-3 category for individuals born in India and China will move forward as expected.
Changes to the EB-2
The EB-2 for India will advance by 5.5 months, to October 1, 2008, The EB-2 for China will move forward by an entire year to June 1, 2013.
Change to the EB-3
Additionally the third preference category (EB-3) will also see changes. For individuals born in India, the advancement will only total to one week, resulting in a new cut off date of January 22, 2004. While individuals born in China will now see an advancement towards September 1, 2011.
Keep Up to Date!
If you are a foreign national of either India or China and may fall into either the EB-2 or EB-3 category, continue to visit our site for more developments on how these changes will effect cases. Or, contact Pride Immigration Law Firm PLLC for assistance with your case in lieu of the recent visa bulletin update.
Beeraj Patel, Esq.
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