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As predicted, the December Visa Bulletin Shows Nominal Movement

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As predicted, the December Visa Bulletin Shows Nominal Movement

November 10, 2014

The Department of State’s December Visa Bulletin, released November 7, and confirms grim predictions for those mired in visa retrogression. We will add the Visa Office’s Charlie Oppenheim’s monthly reflections when they come out in the next week or so. More critically, we are waiting for President Obama to step up on executive action this fall. He should clarify that the statute and annual green card quota should not count family members of the new green card holder towards the world-wide quota.

EB1 - all still “CURRENT”

EB2

All others – still “CURRENT”
China – advances one month to January 1, 2010
India – remains steady at February 15, 2005
Mexico – still “CURRENT”
Philippines – still “CURRENT”

EB3

All others – advances 5 months to November 1, 2012
China – advances 5 months to June 1, 2010
India – advances about one month to December 1, 2003
Mexico – advances 5 months to November 1, 2012
Philippines – advances to 5 months to November 1, 2012

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