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EB23版 - 3012 这个bill烙印的70%是不按照EB1 EB2 EB3分的吗?那通过的
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老O的信箱是什么?我要发信问问他EB2IC捆绑的事九月排期和今后的重点。
合法职业移民绿卡名额分配程序NIU和奥本海默的email通信
傻B不过EB2关于EB2分析最清晰的帖子
法案全文出来了(844 pages)我想O基本这么做
PhD、名额关于奥本对9月排期解释的回信(08.11.2011)
EB3C Current 后省下的名额希望能给EB2C谁能给分析分析3012对老中有什么好? 尤其是对EB3C?
NIU 关于EB2 工作汇报呢demand data out
中印捆绑有法律依据么?我们是印度人的1/10.凭什么和他们捆绑?
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S********9
发帖数: 1121
1
3012 这个bill烙印的70%不分EB1 EB2 EB3吗?那通过的话EB2C是不是也完蛋了?请高
人指点呀?
a***x
发帖数: 26368
2
不会。俺不会完蛋。

【在 S********9 的大作中提到】
: 3012 这个bill烙印的70%不分EB1 EB2 EB3吗?那通过的话EB2C是不是也完蛋了?请高
: 人指点呀?

c*********n
发帖数: 1371
3
category还是存在的,你说的情况不会发生。

【在 S********9 的大作中提到】
: 3012 这个bill烙印的70%不分EB1 EB2 EB3吗?那通过的话EB2C是不是也完蛋了?请高
: 人指点呀?

S********9
发帖数: 1121
4
求原文链接,我跟你一条船上的

【在 c*********n 的大作中提到】
: category还是存在的,你说的情况不会发生。
f*c
发帖数: 2726
5
那样的话,eb2i也吃亏阿,先便易了eb3i

【在 S********9 的大作中提到】
: 3012 这个bill烙印的70%不分EB1 EB2 EB3吗?那通过的话EB2C是不是也完蛋了?请高
: 人指点呀?

S********9
发帖数: 1121
6
就怕这个呀,如果这样的话,我就要反对了,烙印EB2们都啥反应呀?

【在 f*c 的大作中提到】
: 那样的话,eb2i也吃亏阿,先便易了eb3i
f*c
发帖数: 2726
7
我觉得不可能,这样的话,烙印县内斗

【在 S********9 的大作中提到】
: 就怕这个呀,如果这样的话,我就要反对了,烙印EB2们都啥反应呀?
S********9
发帖数: 1121
8
呵呵,如果是70%分category的话,那我们EB2C就可以平均缩短两年等待时间,那是利
好。
如果70%不分category,我们中间很多人估计等的时间搞不好比现在还长
f***i
发帖数: 185
9
my understanding is that categories still exist but 70% might be the cap for
all.
the effect is: in categories eb1 &eb2, eb-i cannot get 70% based on demand
data
and historical record, then eb-i might get more than 70% in eb-3
this is my understanding. bricks welcomed

【在 S********9 的大作中提到】
: 就怕这个呀,如果这样的话,我就要反对了,烙印EB2们都啥反应呀?
g*****g
发帖数: 34805
10
EB2的名额被EB3大量吃掉,想想都是不可能的事情。

【在 S********9 的大作中提到】
: 就怕这个呀,如果这样的话,我就要反对了,烙印EB2们都啥反应呀?
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EB3C Current 后省下的名额希望能给EB2C九月排期和今后的重点。
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中印捆绑有法律依据么?关于EB2分析最清晰的帖子
f*c
发帖数: 2726
11
还有eb1的名额

【在 g*****g 的大作中提到】
: EB2的名额被EB3大量吃掉,想想都是不可能的事情。
f***i
发帖数: 185
12
impossible, i think eb-3 is still after eb-2

【在 S********9 的大作中提到】
: 呵呵,如果是70%分category的话,那我们EB2C就可以平均缩短两年等待时间,那是利
: 好。
: 如果70%不分category,我们中间很多人估计等的时间搞不好比现在还长

S*******r
发帖数: 11017
13
首先要明白EB1,2,3在名额上的区别
大家知道EB绿卡每年总共是14万个
其中
EB1可以用的是28.6%×14万=4万以及EB4,5剩余名额
EB2可以用的是28.6%×14万=4万以及EB1剩余名额
EB3可以用的是28.6%×14万=4万以及EB1,2剩余名额
EB4可以用的是7.1%×14万=1万
EB5可以用的是7.1%×14万=1万
HR3012不改变以上比例和剩余名额分配方法
所以EB2依旧保证有4万名额
并先于EB3吃EB1和回流到EB1的EB4/5的剩余名额
只有EB2吃饱了
才轮到EB3来吃
所以就算EB3I有个05年的PD
一旦实行3012假设EB2C/I排期前进到2010年1月
某个2009年10月的EB2C也不会被那个05年PD的EB3I抢出名额
除非这个EB3I升级到EB2I
S********9
发帖数: 1121
14
你的意思是:
先满足EB1,再满足EB2,然后去满足EB3,一直到烙印1\2\3类加起来总数到70%或者
140000的总额度吃光。
如果这样的话,那EB2C I 很快就可以清完了PD在2012前的

【在 f***i 的大作中提到】
: impossible, i think eb-3 is still after eb-2
g*****g
发帖数: 34805
15
这是必然,任何时候EB1排到EB3后面会是灾难性的,不可能发生。

【在 S********9 的大作中提到】
: 你的意思是:
: 先满足EB1,再满足EB2,然后去满足EB3,一直到烙印1\2\3类加起来总数到70%或者
: 140000的总额度吃光。
: 如果这样的话,那EB2C I 很快就可以清完了PD在2012前的

l********7
发帖数: 1089
16
BILL里没说要取消1,2,3分类啊,这都怎么传的啊???
S********9
发帖数: 1121
17
恩,高人啊,学习了。

【在 S*******r 的大作中提到】
: 首先要明白EB1,2,3在名额上的区别
: 大家知道EB绿卡每年总共是14万个
: 其中
: EB1可以用的是28.6%×14万=4万以及EB4,5剩余名额
: EB2可以用的是28.6%×14万=4万以及EB1剩余名额
: EB3可以用的是28.6%×14万=4万以及EB1,2剩余名额
: EB4可以用的是7.1%×14万=1万
: EB5可以用的是7.1%×14万=1万
: HR3012不改变以上比例和剩余名额分配方法
: 所以EB2依旧保证有4万名额

f***i
发帖数: 185
18
en, this is my understanding

【在 S********9 的大作中提到】
: 你的意思是:
: 先满足EB1,再满足EB2,然后去满足EB3,一直到烙印1\2\3类加起来总数到70%或者
: 140000的总额度吃光。
: 如果这样的话,那EB2C I 很快就可以清完了PD在2012前的

f***i
发帖数: 185
19
oh, i need to add one point
each category still have 40,000
so eb-2 cannot get the eb3 40,000

【在 S********9 的大作中提到】
: 你的意思是:
: 先满足EB1,再满足EB2,然后去满足EB3,一直到烙印1\2\3类加起来总数到70%或者
: 140000的总额度吃光。
: 如果这样的话,那EB2C I 很快就可以清完了PD在2012前的

S********9
发帖数: 1121
20
恩,已经明白了,
SinoGator (毛人弟弟) 回复的帖子里面说的很清楚了。

【在 f***i 的大作中提到】
: oh, i need to add one point
: each category still have 40,000
: so eb-2 cannot get the eb3 40,000

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我想O基本这么做demand data out
关于奥本对9月排期解释的回信(08.11.2011)我们是印度人的1/10.凭什么和他们捆绑?
谁能给分析分析3012对老中有什么好? 尤其是对EB3C?恭喜中国EB3和ROW接轨
l**7
发帖数: 3940
21
真惊了, 这分类不就是为allocation priority 考虑的嘛要不然还搞这么多类别干嘛
拜托仔细读读所有修改原则每句话都坠着 under section 203 (b) 呢
h*******x
发帖数: 347
22
假设:现有规则下将来EB2IC日期一致,EB3C将赶上ROW
新规则:损害EB2ROW,EB2I 得4分,EB2C得2分,
损害EB3C和ROW,EB3I得5分,EB3C丢1分
烙印很懂DIVIDE & CONQUER
g*****g
发帖数: 34805
23
假设就是错的,现在小留越来越多,EB3C永远也赶不上ROW。

【在 h*******x 的大作中提到】
: 假设:现有规则下将来EB2IC日期一致,EB3C将赶上ROW
: 新规则:损害EB2ROW,EB2I 得4分,EB2C得2分,
: 损害EB3C和ROW,EB3I得5分,EB3C丢1分
: 烙印很懂DIVIDE & CONQUER

S********9
发帖数: 1121
24
有道理啊,我们自己人就先急起来了,不愧是 阴毒人 啊

【在 h*******x 的大作中提到】
: 假设:现有规则下将来EB2IC日期一致,EB3C将赶上ROW
: 新规则:损害EB2ROW,EB2I 得4分,EB2C得2分,
: 损害EB3C和ROW,EB3I得5分,EB3C丢1分
: 烙印很懂DIVIDE & CONQUER

c*********n
发帖数: 1371
25
拿出数据来具体说说。

【在 h*******x 的大作中提到】
: 假设:现有规则下将来EB2IC日期一致,EB3C将赶上ROW
: 新规则:损害EB2ROW,EB2I 得4分,EB2C得2分,
: 损害EB3C和ROW,EB3I得5分,EB3C丢1分
: 烙印很懂DIVIDE & CONQUER

l**7
发帖数: 3940
26

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Sec. 203. [8 U.S.C. 1153]
(a) Preference Allocation for Family-Sponsored Immigrants. - Aliens subject
to the worldwide level specified in section 201(c) for family-sponsored
immigrants shall be allotted visas as follows:
(1) Unmarried sons and daughters of citizens. - Qualified immigrants who are
the unmarried sons or daughters of citizens of the United States shall be
allocated visas in a number not to exceed 23,400, plus any visas not
required for the class specified in paragraph (4).
(2) Spouses and unmarried sons and unmarried daughters of permanent resident
aliens. - Qualified immigrants -
(A) who are the spouses or children of an alien lawfully admitted for
permanent residence, or
(B) who are the unmarried sons or unmarried daughters (but are not the
children) of an alien lawfully admitted for permanent residence, shall be
allocated visas in a number not to exceed 114,200, plus the number (if any)
by which such worldwide level exceeds 226,000, plus any visas not required
for the class specified in paragraph (1); except that not less than 77
percent of such visa numbers shall be allocated to aliens described in
subparagraph (A).
(3) Married sons and married daughters of citizens. - Qualified immigrants
who are the married sons or married daughters of citizens of the United
States shall be allocated visas in a number not to exceed 23,400, plus any
visas not required for the classes specified in paragraphs (1) and (2).
(4) Brothers and sisters of citizens. - Qualified immigrants who are the
brothers or sisters of citizens of the United States, if such citizens are
at least 21 years of age, shall be allocated visas in a number not to exceed
65,000, plus any visas not required for the classes specified in paragraphs
(1) through (3).
(b) Preference Allocation for Employment-Based Immigrants. - Aliens subject
to the worldwide level specified in section 201(d) for employment-based
immigrants in a fiscal year shall be allotted visas as follows:
(1) Priority workers. - Visas shall first be made available in a number not
to exceed 28.6 percent of such worldwide level, plus any visas not required
for the classes specified in paragraphs (4) and (5), to qualified immigrants
who are aliens described in any of the following subparagraphs (A) through
(C):
(A) Aliens with extraordinary ability. - An alien is described in this
subparagraph if -
(i) the alien has extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education,
business, or athletics which has been demonstrated by sustained national or
international acclaim and whose achievements have been recognized in the
field through extensive documentation,
(ii) the alien seeks to enter the United States to continue work in the area
of extraordinary ability, and
(iii) the alien's entry into the United States will substantially benefit
prospectively the United States.
(B) Outstanding professors and researchers. -An alien is described in this
subparagraph if -
(i) the alien is recognized internationally as outstanding in a specific
academic area,
(ii) the alien has at least 3 years of experience in teaching or research in
the academic area, and
(iii) the alien seeks to enter the United States-
(I) for a tenured position (or tenure-track position) within a university or
institution of higher education to teach in the academic area,
(II) for a comparable position with a university or institution of higher
education to conduct research in the area, or
(III) for a comparable position to conduct research in the area with a
department, division, or institute of a private employer, if the department,
division, or institute employs at least 3 persons full-time in research
activities and has achieved documented accomplishments in an academic field.
(C) Certain multinational executives and managers. An alien is described in
this subparagraph if the alien, in the 3 years preceding the time of the
alien's application for classification and admission into the United States
under this subparagraph, has been employed for at least 1 year by a firm or
corporation or other legal entity or an affiliate or subsidiary thereof and
the alien seeks to enter the United States in order to continue to render
services to the same employer or to a subsidiary or affiliate thereof in a
capacity that is managerial or executive.
(2) Aliens who are members of the professions holding advanced degrees or
aliens of exceptional ability. -
(A) In general. - Visas shall be made available, in a number not to exceed
28.6 percent of such worldwide level, plus any visas not required for the
classes specified in paragraph (1), to qualified immigrants who are members
of the professions holding advanced degrees or their equivalent or who
because of their exceptional ability in the sciences, arts, or business,
will substantially benefit prospectively the national economy, cultural or
educational interests, or welfare of the United States, an d whose services
in the sciences, arts, professions, or business are sought by an employer in
the United States.
(B) (i) 1/ 1a/ Subject to clause (ii), the Attorney General may, when the
Attorney General deems it to be in the national interest, waive the
requirements of subparagraph (A) that an alien's services in the sciences,
arts, professions, or business be sought by an employer in the United States.
   
(ii) (I) The Attorney General shall grant a national interest waiver
pursuant to clause (i) on behalf of any alien physician with respect to whom
a petition for preference classification has been filed under subparagraph
(A) if--
(aa) the alien physician agrees to work full time as a physician in an area
or areas designated by the Secretary of Health and Human Services as having
a shortage of health care professionals or at a health care facility under
the jurisdiction of the Secretary of Veterans Affairs; and
   
(bb) a Federal agency or a department of public health in any State has
previously determined that the alien physician's work in such an area or at
such facility was in the public interest.
   
(II) No permanent resident visa may be issued to an alien physician
described in subclause (I) by the Secretary of State under section 204(b) ,
and the Attorney General may not adjust the status of such an alien
physician from that of a nonimmigrant alien to that of a permanent resident
alien under section 245 , until such time as the alien has worked full time
as a physician for an aggregate of 5 years (not including the time served in
the status of an alien described in section 101(a)(15)(J) ), in an area or
areas designated by the Secretary of Health and Human Services as having a
shortage of health care professionals or at a health care facility under the
jurisdiction of the Secretary of Veterans Affairs.
   
(III) Nothing in this subparagraph may be construed to prevent the filing of
a petition with the Attorney General for classification under section 204(a
) , or the filing of an application for adjustment of status under section
245 , by an alien physician described in subclause (I) prior to the date by
which such alien physician has completed the service described in subclause
(II).
(IV) The requirements of this subsection do not affect waivers on behalf of
alien physicians approved under section 203(b)(2)(B) before the enactment
date of this subsection. In the case of a physician for whom an application
for a waiver was filed under section 203(b)(2)(B) prior to November 1, 1998,
the Attorney General shall grant a national interest waiver pursuant to
section 203(b)(2)(B) except that the alien is required to have worked full
time as a physician for an aggregate of 3 years (not including time served
in the status of an alien described in section 101(a)(15)(J) ) before a visa
can be issued to the alien under section 204(b) or the status of the alien
is adjusted to permanent resident under section 245 .
(C) Determination of exceptional ability. - In determining under
subparagraph (A) whether an immigrant has exceptional ability, the
possession of a degree, diploma, certificate, or similar award from a
college, university, school, or other institution of learning or a license
to practice or certification for a particular profession or occupation shall
not by itself be considered sufficient evidence of such exceptional ability
.
(3) Skilled workers, professionals, and other workers.-
(A) In general. - Visas shall be made available, in a number not to exceed
28.6 percent of such worldwide level, plus any visas not required for the
classes specified in paragraphs (1) and (2), to the following classes of
aliens who are not described in paragraph (2):
(i) Skilled workers. - Qualified immigrants who are capable, at the time of
petitioning for classification under this paragraph, of performing skilled
labor (requiring at least 2 years training or experience), not of a
temporary or seasonal nature, for which qualified workers are not available
in the United States.
(ii) Professionals. - Qualified immigrants who hold baccalaureate degrees
and who are members of the professions.
(iii) Other workers. - Other qualified immigrants who are capable, at the
time of petitioning for classification under this paragraph, of performing
unskilled labor, not of a temporary or seasonal nature, for which qualified
workers are not available in the United States.
(B) Limitation on other workers. - Not more than 10,000 of the visas made
available under this paragraph in any fiscal year may be available for
qualified immigrants described in subparagraph (A)(iii).
(C) Labor certification required.- An immigrant visa may not be issued to an
immigrant under subparagraph (A) until the consular officer is in receipt
of a determination made by the Secretary of Labor pursuant to the provisions
of section 212(a)(5)(A) .
(4) Certain special immigrants. - Visas shall be made available, in a number
not to exceed 7.1 percent of such worldwide level, to qualified special
immigrants described in section 101(a)(27) (other than those described in
subparagraph (A) or (B) thereof), of which not more than 5,000 may be made
available in any fiscal year to special immigrants described in subclause (
II) or (III) of section 101(a)(27)(C)(ii) , 2/ and not more than 100 may be
made available in any fiscal year to special immigrants, excluding spouses
and children, who are described in section 101(a)(27)(M) .
(5) Employment creation. -
(A) In general. - Visas shall be made available, in a number not to exceed 7
.1 percent of such worldwide level, to qualified immigrants seeking to enter
the United States for the purpose of engaging in a new commercial 4/
enterprise (including a limited partnership)--
(i) 4/ in which such alien has invested (after the date of the enactment of
the Immigration Act of 1990) or, is actively in the process of investing,
capital in an amount not less than the amount specified in subparagraph (C),
and
(ii) 4/ which will benefit the United States economy and create full-time
employment for not fewer than 10 United States citizens or aliens lawfully
admitted for permanent residence or other immigrants lawfully authorized to
be employed in the United States (other than the immigrant and the immigrant
's spouse, sons, or daughters).
(B) Set-aside for targeted employment areas.-
(i) In general. - Not less than 3,000 of the visas made available under this
paragraph in each fiscal year shall be reserved for qualified immigrants
who 4/ invest in a new commercial enterprise described in subparagraph (A)
which will create employment in a targeted employment area.
(ii) Targeted employment area defined. - In this paragraph, the term ``
targeted employment area'' means, at the time of the investment, a rural
area or an area which has experienced high unemployment (of at least 150
percent of the national average rate).
(iii) Rural area defined. - In this paragraph, the term ``rural area'' means
any area other than an area within a metropolitan statistical area or
within the outer boundary of any city or town having a population of 20,000
or more (based on the most recent decennial census of the United States).
(C) Amount of capital required. -
(i) In general. - Except as otherwise provided in this subparagraph, the
amount of capital required under subparagraph (A) shall be $1,000,000. The
Attorney General, in consultation with the Secretary of Labor and the
Secretary of State, may from time to time prescribe regulations increasing
the dollar amount specified under the previous sentence.
(ii) Adjustment for targeted employment areas.- The Attorney General may, in
the case of investment made in a targeted employment area, specify an
amount of capital required under subparagraph (A) that is less than (but not
less than 1/2 of) the amount specified in clause (i).
(iii) Adjustment for high employment areas.-In the case of an investment
made in a part of a metropolitan statistical area that at the time of the
investment -
(I) is not a targeted employment area, and
(II) is an area with an unemployment rate significantly below the national
average unemployment rate, the Attorney General may specify an amount of
capital required under subparagraph (A) that is greater than (but not
greater than 3 times) the amount specified in clause (I).
(D) 4/ Full-time employment defined.--In this paragraph, the term `full-time
employment' means employment in a position that requires at least 35 hours
of service per week at any time, regardless of who fills the position.
(6) Special rules for "k" special immigrants. -
(A) Not counted against numerical limitation in year involved. - Subject to
subparagraph (B), the number of immigrant visas made available to special
immigrants under section 101(a)(27)(K) in a fiscal year shall not be subject
to the numerical limitations of this subsection or of section 202(a).
(B) Counted against numerical limitations in following year.-
(i) Reduction in employment-based immigrant classifications. - The number of
visas made available in any fiscal year under paragraphs (1), (2), and (3)
shall each be reduced by 1/3 of the number of visas made available in the
previous fiscal year to special immigrants described in section 101(a)(27)(K
) .
(ii) Reduction in per country level. - The number of visas made available in
each fiscal year to natives of a foreign state under section 202(a) shall
be reduced by the number of visas made available in the previous fiscal year
to special immigrants described in section 101(a)(27)(K) who are natives of
the foreign state.
(iii) Reduction in employment-based immigrant classifications within per
country ceiling. - In the case of a foreign state subject to section 202(e)
in a fiscal year (and in the previous fiscal year), the number of visas made
available and allocated to each of paragraphs (1) through (3) of this
subsection in the fiscal year shall be reduced by 1/3 of the number of visas
made available in the previous fiscal year to special immigrants described
in section 101(a)(27)(K) who are natives of the forei gn state.(C)[
Subparagraph (C) was stricken by Sec. 212(b) of the Immigration and
Nationality Technical Corrections Act of 1994 (Pub. L. 103-416 , 108 Stat.
4314, Oct. 25, 1994)]
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【在 l**7 的大作中提到】
: 真惊了, 这分类不就是为allocation priority 考虑的嘛要不然还搞这么多类别干嘛
: 拜托仔细读读所有修改原则每句话都坠着 under section 203 (b) 呢

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