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Sunday, October 10, 2010

November 2010 Visa Bulletin - Employment Visa Slowing Down

The momentum of forward movements in visa numbers from the last couple months is slowing down in November. On the employment side, most of the visa categories have become stagnant. EB2 India remains unchanged at May 8, 2006 while EB2 China has advanced by only 10 days to June 1, 2006. The other EB2 categories remain current. The EB3 and "Other Workers" categories are not much better with only slight (less than one month) or no movements. The family visa numbers have better forward movements, except for F1 categories, which pretty much remain unchanges. In F2A and F2B categories, many countries except Mexico have about two months of movement to June 1, 2010. In F3 and F4, China, India and other countries have advanced one month but Mexico and the Philippines are unchanged. The November Visa Bulletin is posted at http://www.travel.state.gov/visa/bulletin/bulletin_5172.html.

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