This visa bulletin is amazing. We are seeing something really rarely similar to the July 2007 EB current situation. The August 2013 Visa Bulletin actually makes

1) F2A – spouses and children of US permanent residents current. This means that if your spouse or children is presently in the United States, they might be able to file for adjustment of status and stay in the United States even getting a work permit (EAD);


All Charge-ability Areas Except Those Listed CHINA- mainland born INDIA MEXICO PHILIPPINES
F1 01SEP06 01SEP06 01SEP06 01SEP93 01JAN01
F2B 01DEC05 01DEC05 01DEC05 01FEB94 22DEC02
F3 08DEC02 08DEC02 08DEC02 01MAY93 01DEC92
F4 22JUN01 22JUN01 22JUN01 22SEP96 08JAN90

2) EB2 Category for India has moved to 2008.

Employment- Based All Chargeability Areas Except Those Listed CHINA- mainland born INDIA MEXICO PHILIPPINES
1st C C C C C
2nd C 08AUG08 01JAN08 C C
3rd 01JAN09 01JAN09 22JAN03 01JAN09 22OCT06
Other Workers 01JAN09 22MAR04 22JAN03 01JAN09 22OCT06
4th C C C C C
Certain Religious Workers C C C C C
Regional Centers and Pilot Programs


This is what we are recommending to everybody. If you have a spouse or a child in the United States and you are a permanent resident, you should call us at 510 742 5887 and we shall be glad to help.


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