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Member Profile: babablack (5 posts)

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Hello, I'm babablack (report this user)
I am from India
I last logged in on 03 Jan 2018
I have been a member since 23 Dec 2017
I have added 5 posts in trackitt forums
I added my last post on 28 Dec 2017
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 28 Dec 2017
Topic: EB1-B My Experience: Unique case against all odds

Thanks for sharing this and congratulations..!
Did your attorney help you with writing personal statement and letters?
Thanks
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 26 Dec 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

Thanks for your insights.
Your points are very well thought. If I calculate off of total 500K waiting with 45/55 EB2/3 ratio, assuming HR392 becomes a law, it will take about 5.6 years for EB2 and 7 to 8 years for EB3 backlog to clear off. Does this sound about right?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 25 Dec 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

Any idea how many of those (total 600K) EB2 vs EB3?
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 24 Dec 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

Thanks for the breakdown.
I was able to get the total PERM # form the PERM tracker and the numbers add up.
Likely it will take another year before it gets enacted as law.
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Posted in I-140 Forum on 23 Dec 2017
Topic: H.R. 392, Fairness for High Skilled Immigrants Act

So as of now, out of all 140K GCs under EB2, Indian citizens get 9800 (7%) per year, of which about 2800 (28.6%) are put aside for EB2 and 2800 (28.6%) for EB3. If HR-392 get enacted as law (and I know it's a BIG if), and assuming that 7% will increase to 100% for India (as India has the highest # of backlog) (and I am assuming all this and am well aware that this is going to be an overestimate), EB2 and EB3 may each get to the max of 39000 per year (14-15 times higher compared to now). If we work with 1.5 million number as the backlog (stated throughout this forum, not sure if this includes the family members as >50% of GCs issued either with EB2 or EB3 will be for family members of the applicants rather than for the applicants themselves), still it appears to me that it will take about 19 years to clear the backlog. Please point out if the math is wrong. Are we hoping too much on HR392? or is it the backlog # of 1.5 million inaccurate?
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