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Dinsmore | Immigration
Jan 11, 2008

U.S. State Department Commentary About India EB-2 Retrogression

The U.S. State Department's February 2008 Visa Bulletin indicates that the EB-2 category for persons born in India will be unavailable. This means that the category is closed and that the U.S. government will not issue any immigrant visas to natives in India seeking permanent residence in the Employment-Based second category, nor will the U.S. government accept any adjustment of status (AOS) applications from EB-2 beneficiaries born in India. The U.S. State Department's published comment about this development reads as follows:

Despite two retrogressions of the India Employment Second preference cut-off date, demand for numbers by CIS Offices for adjustment of status cases has remained extremely high in recent months. As a result the annual limit for the India Employment Second preference category has been reached, and the category has become “unavailable” effective immediately.


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