What is the current priority date for EB2?

What is the current priority date for EB2?

EB-2: India will advance by one year, to September 1, 2014, and China will remain at March 1, 2019. All other countries will remain current.

What is a current priority date with NVC?

The date your petition was filed is called your priority date.

How do I check my priority date for USCIS?

Determine your Priority Date. This date appears on the Form I-797 that USCIS issued to your petitioner when the Form I-130 was approved (refer to the “Receipt Date”).

Can I 485 be denied after I-140 approval?

USCIS can only transfer the I-485 if a visa number is available for that I-140 petition. Therefore, when the extraordinary ability I-140 is denied, and the national interest I-140 is approved but the priority date is not current, the I-485 will be denied.

How much time it will take to get I-140 approved?

four to six months
USCIS processing time for an I-140 Petition is typically four to six months. However, for an additional filing fee, the USCIS will adjudicate the petition via “premium processing” (15 calendar days).

How long it takes to get green card after priority date is current?

Form I-485 Processing Time Summary HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET A GREEN CARD? After filing Form I-485, Application to Adjust Status, and related forms, your I-485 processing time can take anywhere from 8 to 14 months.

Will EB3 India become current in 2022?

EB3 may not reach Jan 2014 in 2022. Retrogression in EB2 is expected by Sep 22. USCIS wasted about 25% of Green card numbers in 2021.

Is it better to file green card in EB2 or EB3?

However, the EB2 visa is the second-preference employment visa and the EB3 visa is the third-preference employment visa. This means that EB2 visas are slightly preferred over EB3 visas. EB2 visas make up 28.7% of approved employment-based visas.

Can I-485 without interview?

After you file a form I-485 green card application for permanent residence, you may receive a notice in the mail from the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) advising you that you are required to attend an interview at the local USCIS district office where you will be questioned by an immigration officer.