Tuesday, May 7, 2013

June 2013 Demand Data


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Demand data for June 2013 Visa Bulletin has been released. Please see details below:







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29 comments:

  1. So according to this,could be possible that eb3 row increase 6months?

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    1. EB3-I Might Jump couple of months.

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    2. Do you mean, it will move forward for 6 Months? To May 1, 2008? That would be great! My PD is November 2008.

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    3. EB3 - India will might jump to 8 feb 2003.

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    4. Why do you think EB3-I will jump that much?

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    5. I am saying it might jump if Spillover , 18000 remaining numbers need to use before this year finish which is SEP 2013 , All EB categories got approx 1150 extra visas.Finger Cross .

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    6. There are two different categories:

      EB3 India: After crunching latest data, EB3 India movement could be around 2-3 weeks in the June VB.

      EB3 ROW: Please this article for update:
      http://blog.mygcvisa.com/2013/04/eb3-visa-bulletin-predictions.html

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  2. Based on June DD, do you think that EB2I will move to some time in 2007 by July 2013 VB?

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    1. The July VB will depend on July demand data (not on June demand data). We will be adding an article soon on how far EB2 India could move based on EB/FB spillovers.

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    2. what could happens with eb3 roe for june?

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  3. (June 2013 DD) is there any posibilities that EB3P will move further than the predicted 1 week movement?

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    1. There is still a lot of demand in EB3 Philippines before Jan 2007. Each country in EB3 category can get max 2802 visas in a year (plus any spillover from FB).

      Depending on how much spillover DOS decides to apply in June VB, it can move between 1-2 weeks.

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    2. When you say Demand before Jan 2007 are these applicants were already DQ by Jan 2007?or those PD's before Jan 2007.

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    3. It means whose PD is before Jan 2007.

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  4. EB3 Philippines, What happens after Jan 2007 applicants? Any idea if it will jump 2-4 months every month since the demand after that is not that much?

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    1. Based on current data, there are around 2,200 applicants from Jan 2007 to July 2007. We are waiting for updated data directly from USCIS.

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  5. 2 whole months gone, and F4 files didn't pushed a single day by US government.
    From last 9 months it's going just a week further per month.
    Can't figure out what they wants to do and when they will make this category faster.
    My PD is at 8th sep 2001. Please Amazon, we are tremendously tired waiting for visa and cant decide our further career here in India.

    Please tell me when it will be faster and when they make our file current. ???

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    1. I am also facing the same problem..my PD is 11th june 2001... Have submittes all required documents and fees two year ago before retrogation but still wating for interview.. As you say we can't focus on our future in india...

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    2. It is likely to start moving forward in the July VB.

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  6. Mmmm, I see. With those numbers, it is like USCIS and DOS doesn't care at all about diversity. EB spillover rule is killing all the countries (except 2). This is really bizarre.

    Anyway, this blog is perfect in explaining all these hidden details about the visa system. Thanks for the efforts !

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  7. Hi,

    When do you think the demand data from jan-2013 to may-2013 will become available?

    Thanks

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  8. Any word on the July 2013 demand data? I am assuming for EB3 ROW it'll be a little soared up due to the surge and uptick in priority dates movement.

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    1. It has been released little while ago.

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  9. Demand data for July 2013 has been released.

    http://www.travel.state.gov/pdf/EmploymentDemandUsedForCutOffDates.pdf

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