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hmm.. they are asking for  more 485 applications.. are they signaling less backlog and PD movement ??🤔

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6 minutes ago, areyentiraidhi said:

hmm.. they are asking for  more 485 applications.. are they signaling less backlog and PD movement ??🤔

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indaka Telegram group lo evaro USCIS Director or Operations head response to Litigations post chesaru...

the litigation was about delay in adjucation of I485s and wastage by USCIS. andulo konni snippets.

@csrcsr @fasak_vachadu @MiryalgudaMaruthiRao @perugu_vada @zaq12wsx

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Based on current projections, USCIS expects that at some point before the end of FY 2022, DOS will make visas unavailable for further issuance or adjustment of status approval because the agencies will have reached the annual limit. However, this will be temporary through the end of September 2022, and only required upon the success
of the agencies in using the available visas.


Based on current projections, which are preliminary as detailed planning takes place in late August when the agencies have more accurate projections of their October 1 inventory, USCIS expects that in FY 2023 the following will be true of the employment-based Final Action Dates:

• EB1 will likely remain current (visas available without restrictions based on  priority dates) for applicants from all countries, including India and China.
• EB2 will likely remain current for applicants from all countries other than India and China.
• EB2 will likely advance slightly for China.
EB2 will likely hold steady for India initially, with a possibility for advancement or retrogression later in the fiscal year depending on demand from countries other than India and China.
• While it is too early to make projections about the EB3 and EW (OtherWorker, a subset of EB3) Final Action Dates for countries other than India and China, the dates for both India and China are projected to advance.

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With the possible exception of EB2 India, if an employment-based applicant from India or China has a visa available to them based on the Final Action Dates chart in the July 2022 Visa Bulletin they will likely have a visa available to them in FY 2023. USCIS and DOS are on track to use all of the available visas, and retrogression is therefore unlikely for this and other reasons.

 

 

last di chadivinappudu fuselu egiripoinai. 200.gif 

in case Field offices annual limit reach aipote ...GC approvals apese disha ga veltunattunnaru for FY2022.

July lo PD current unte next year varaku vastadi ani hint istunnadu

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1 minute ago, areyentiraidhi said:

yogurt uncle, please decode and give some clarification on the tweet. 

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2 minutes ago, Spartan said:

indaka Telegram group lo evaro USCIS Director or Operations head response to Litigations post chesaru...

the litigation was about delay in adjucation of I485s and wastage by USCIS. andulo konni snippets.

@csrcsr @fasak_vachadu @MiryalgudaMaruthiRao @perugu_vada @zaq12wsx

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tjNeBMM.png

 

Based on current projections, USCIS expects that at some point before the end of FY 2022, DOS will make visas unavailable for further issuance or adjustment of status approval because the agencies will have reached the annual limit. However, this will be temporary through the end of September 2022, and only required upon the success
of the agencies in using the available visas.


Based on current projections, which are preliminary as detailed planning takes place in late August when the agencies have more accurate projections of their October 1 inventory, USCIS expects that in FY 2023 the following will be true of the employment-based Final Action Dates:

• EB1 will likely remain current (visas available without restrictions based on  priority dates) for applicants from all countries, including India and China.
• EB2 will likely remain current for applicants from all countries other than India and China.
• EB2 will likely advance slightly for China.
EB2 will likely hold steady for India initially, with a possibility for advancement or retrogression later in the fiscal year depending on demand from countries other than India and China.
• While it is too early to make projections about the EB3 and EW (OtherWorker, a subset of EB3) Final Action Dates for countries other than India and China, the dates for both India and China are projected to advance.

=================


With the possible exception of EB2 India, if an employment-based applicant from India or China has a visa available to them based on the Final Action Dates chart in the July 2022 Visa Bulletin they will likely have a visa available to them in FY 2023. USCIS and DOS are on track to use all of the available visas, and retrogression is therefore unlikely for this and other reasons.

 

 

last di chadivinappudu fuselu egiripoinai. 200.gif 

in case Field offices annual limit reach aipote ...GC approvals apese disha ga veltunattunnaru for FY2022.

July lo PD current unte next year varaku vastadi ani hint istunnadu

 

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5 minutes ago, Spartan said:

indaka Telegram group lo evaro USCIS Director or Operations head response to Litigations post chesaru...

the litigation was about delay in adjucation of I485s and wastage by USCIS. andulo konni snippets.

@csrcsr @fasak_vachadu @MiryalgudaMaruthiRao @perugu_vada @zaq12wsx

==========================================

tjNeBMM.png

 

Based on current projections, USCIS expects that at some point before the end of FY 2022, DOS will make visas unavailable for further issuance or adjustment of status approval because the agencies will have reached the annual limit. However, this will be temporary through the end of September 2022, and only required upon the success
of the agencies in using the available visas.


Based on current projections, which are preliminary as detailed planning takes place in late August when the agencies have more accurate projections of their October 1 inventory, USCIS expects that in FY 2023 the following will be true of the employment-based Final Action Dates:

• EB1 will likely remain current (visas available without restrictions based on  priority dates) for applicants from all countries, including India and China.
• EB2 will likely remain current for applicants from all countries other than India and China.
• EB2 will likely advance slightly for China.
EB2 will likely hold steady for India initially, with a possibility for advancement or retrogression later in the fiscal year depending on demand from countries other than India and China.
• While it is too early to make projections about the EB3 and EW (OtherWorker, a subset of EB3) Final Action Dates for countries other than India and China, the dates for both India and China are projected to advance.

=================


With the possible exception of EB2 India, if an employment-based applicant from India or China has a visa available to them based on the Final Action Dates chart in the July 2022 Visa Bulletin they will likely have a visa available to them in FY 2023. USCIS and DOS are on track to use all of the available visas, and retrogression is therefore unlikely for this and other reasons.

 

 

last di chadivinappudu fuselu egiripoinai. 200.gif 

in case Field offices annual limit reach aipote ...GC approvals apese disha ga veltunattunnaru for FY2022.

July lo PD current unte next year varaku vastadi ani hint istunnadu

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Just now, perugu_vada said:

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Friday anni badhalu vadilesi...tagi tongundam ante..

weekend mottam m kudpistunnadu isunti tweets to..

anduke @csrcsr mingesadu San Diego ki

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