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Member Profile: FasterThanEver (39 posts)

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Hello, I'm FasterThanEver (report this user)
I am from India
I last logged in on 12 Feb 2018
I have been a member since 27 Feb 2015
I have added 39 posts in trackitt forums
I added my last post on 03 Nov 2017
FasterThanEver's Immigration Cases
 
I-140 case: Approved in 97 days (78 days less than average)   (0 comments)
User: FasterThanEver Nationality: India
Applicant Type:primaryService Center:California
Category:EB2Priority Date:01 Jul 2011
Application Filed:06 Dec 2011USCIS Received Date:08 Dec 2011
USCIS Notice Date:USCIS Receipt Number:
I-140/485 Filing:non-concurrentProcessing Type:regular
RFE Received?:RFE Received Date:
Reason for RFE:RFE Replied Date:
Application Status:approvedApproval/Denial Date:12 Mar 2012
Total Processing Time:97 daysMost Recent LUD:
Days Elapsed:
Case Added to Tracker: 27 Feb 2015 Last Updated: 27 Feb 2015
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 03 Nov 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act



Tax reform, once introduced will bounce back and forth for a month or so. Whatever happens to this, in one month, Trump will need a distraction and in time for the new year. This new distraction will be Immigration Reform.

January 2018 will be when Immigration reform is introduced. Kevin Yoder recently opened up about HR392 being taken up as part of a larger measure. This is most likely going to be CIR that includes some aspects of DACA + HR392 + H4EAD + eliminate DV + Border Wall.



Bingo:
http://www.oann.com/gop-lawmakers-to-pass-immig...
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 21 Sep 2017
Topic: Good news! More Spillover coming.

Did you read the article? They are ending EB4 for these kids.
From article:
Last month, DHS canceled the approvals of 2,700 kids who had been cleared conditionally and allowed to come to the United States via a legal program for Central American minors aimed at mitigating the humanitarian crisis.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 21 Sep 2017
Topic: Good news! More Spillover coming.

Check it out. EB4 to yield more spillover.

http://www.sacbee.com/latest-news/article174...
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 24 Feb 2017
Topic: State X to State Y with 140 approved.

Appreciate the reply.

But how will they know if I intend to move after approval? Will there be any RFE around it just before they approve the 485?
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 22 Feb 2017
Topic: State X to State Y with 140 approved.

My I-140 has been approved for 5+ years and waiting to get current. I have a situation where now I need to move from State X to State Y and get a job in State Y with same company that did GC. Nothing else is changing. My PERM was filed from the State X ofcourse.

Need expert advise to see if it will be okay If I move to State Y and its impact on 485? Do we have to be at the same PERM location when we file 485 and thereon?
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 05 Jan 2017
Topic: Bill to end H-1B visa abuse reintroduced in US Congress

Guys, How exactly raising 100k as min salary for H1B help advance our queue and shut EB1C? Don't EB1C mostly come on L1 visa? Now I know it can help us by reducing EB1A&B as majority are on H1B and will not have that much salary.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 04 Oct 2016
Topic: November 2016 Visa Bulletin Predictions

Tired of this doom and gloom $hit
I strongly believe CIR is coming and it will get us all greened in no time. This madness can't go endlessly.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 03 May 2016
Topic: June 2016 Visa bulletin Prediction

Fee increase by USCIS proposed. Check out Table 9.

https://s3.amazonaws.com/public-inspection.feder...
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 03 May 2016
Topic: USCIS Proposes Substantial Fee Hike on Most Filings

Check out the PDF for fee increase in Table 9.

https://s3.amazonaws.com/public-inspection.feder...
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 23 Apr 2016
Topic: June 2016 Visa bulletin Prediction


My final prediction for EB2 India would be around April-May 10-15 2009. It will stop there for a month or two, then retrogress back to 2005/06 in this FY 2016. USCIS should apply new rules for EB2 upgrade to EB-1 too, considering 5-8 years of experience. How the people from Eb3 upgrade to EB2, they should reconsider EB2-EB1 upgrade. Hope USCIS will apply this rule in the near future.



Is there such a rule pending or rumored?

Mind quoting the source of this rule?
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 23 Apr 2016
Topic: June 2016 Visa bulletin Prediction


All these points are valid but remember that this whole game is multi dimensional

Fb spillover could happen
We are already seeing eb1 approvals fall so perhaps there will be more spillover from eb1 however small relative to recent fears

And for me the most action in eb2 india will happen because of eb3

We will see a big movement in ev3 india this year and even conservative assumptions point to mid 2006 - could uscis be delaying RFE's and hence cause visa wastage, perhaps but let's assume that's not the case. So 15k appx spillover to eb3 india is likely next year too which means dates will have to be moved well into 2008 even 2009. But we also know that a ton of eb3s in 2008-09 ported so I think that lets 2009 eb2 india downgrade to eb3 in next fiscal year to get their gc and hence we'll see rapid movement of eb2 india into 2010. This all will take 1-2 years to play out but to say that it will take 3 years to clear ev2 india 2009 dates is too pessimistic in my view. The eb3 backlog will clear before eb2 backlog (for india) - so that will set this above scenario in motion. The further eb3 india moves this fiscal year the better for eb2 india. Hoping uscis starts issuing RFE's for eb3 india asap!!!


And looking at eb3 inventory dates seems like eb3 india demand is around 400 per month; so around 5k per year. So assuming it's similar in 2008 and 2009 too, co will have to move eb3 final dates well into 2009 and 2010 to ensure the spillover numbers for eb3 (from row) are utilized... No doubt some eb2 india 2009 and 2010 will downgrade and will balance it out, resulting in rapid movement in eb2 india too into 2010...

Looking out yes it looks tough no matter what category but I'm
Optimistic about dates up to 2010-11 even.



Exactly my point! Pinkpotato's statement was too optimistic for clearing 2010 (8 yrs in total) which I did not agree on.

You went the extra mile and provided factual explanation that made more sense with the things to come for EB3 in the near future and hence for Eb2.

Just one word for you, Bravo!
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 22 Apr 2016
Topic: June 2016 Visa bulletin Prediction


CO has already announced that the expected FB number for FY2016 is 300. https://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/Stati...

That' s confirmed by the FB use for FY2015 shown in the DOS Visa Statistics. Since all FB Categories are retrogressed, only a mistake by DOS can allow it. They now seem to have it under better control.

EB4 has already retrogressed for some Countries and it has been announced that further Countries are likely to retrogress in the Summer. Since they can use any otherwise unused visas in EB4, retrogression of any Country means the full allocation will be used. Possibly future years will be better, but CO has already dropped hints that use will continue to be high in FY2017.

Same for EB5, where China are retrogressed. They have been for some time and that is unlikely to change for several years.

You can dream that ROW might use the same low numbers as in FY2014 - the evidence points otherwise for FY2016. The average ROW use over the last 7 FY is 31k out of a 34.4k allocation. Any low FY use is likely to be followed by a compensating higher FY. It is possible that EB2-ROW might reduce slightly in coming years if more applicants file under EB3, but that's not likely to be a huge amount, since EB2 is still the preferable category if the person qualifies for it.




So in other words you are agreeing with what pinkpotato said below which is what I was contending? Thank me later!





i agree...it might take 3 yrs to complete all 2009 EB2-I PD....then 2010 PD might take even more like 5 yrs...and it will keep increasing for each yr PD....


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Posted in I-485 Forum on 22 Apr 2016
Topic: June 2016 Visa bulletin Prediction

And what makes you think the same over allocation, or more SO from EB2ROW or Eb4 or FB cannot happen any year going forward?
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 22 Apr 2016
Topic: June 2016 Visa bulletin Prediction

So not true. For past years EB2I movement is all due to lateral SO. In 2014 EB2I was awarded 23,527 visas when EB1 fully exhausted their full quota, all due to lateral EB2 SO. Just pray that EB2ROW approvals slow down and we get big SO.
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 28 Feb 2016
Topic: April 2016 Visa bulletin Prediction

Does anyone follow news? Supreme court has agreed to have a hearing on President Obama's executive order on immigration, which is a big news!!
We should hear the decision by early June and If its approved then whole backlog will be wiped off!!
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 28 Jan 2016
Topic: 2016 Mass RFE

Did anyone think these MASS RFE could be that they are planning to recapture visa? I did :)
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Posted in H-1B Forum on 09 Dec 2015
Topic: H1B extension regular at CSC

Any idea how long will it take to get to July 15th cases. I am thinking not before end of Jan or so. Anyone?
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 04 Nov 2015
Topic: IMO, EB2 India shouldn't expect immediate relief with H.R.213

Just read the article and it says below:
The bill would raise the family-based limits to 15 percent and essentially end the employment-based per-country limits, phasing them out over several years (so the sudden change doesn't result in all visas going to the country with the longest current backlog).


How many is several years?

My interpretation is that if this bill were to pass today, everything will not be FIFO suddenly but take years to get to FIFO. So people who are already waiting from 2010 onwards that are already due for GC can expect no sudden relief but a super minor relief that can account to maybe a few days/few months being cut down before getting GC. What a waste!!

http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/immigrati...
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 04 Nov 2015
Topic: IMO, EB2 India shouldn't expect immediate relief with H.R.213

Just read the article and it says below:
The bill would raise the family-based limits to 15 percent and essentially end the employment-based per-country limits, phasing them out over several years (so the sudden change doesn't result in all visas going to the country with the longest current backlog).


How many is several years?

My interpretation is that if this bill were to pass today, everything will not be FIFO suddenly but take years to get to FIFO. So people who are already waiting from 2010 onwards that are already due for GC can expect no sudden relief but a super minor relief that can account to maybe a few days/few months being cut down before getting GC. What a waste!!

http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/immigrati...
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Posted in I-485 Forum on 30 Oct 2015
Topic: Paul Ryan Pledges: No Immigration Reform under Obama

Dude relax, I was just making a point. I did not crawl out of a rock last night! Am more than ever this is an old news article. Would you provide some value to this forum rather than humiliation?
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