He says, USCIS has finally agreed that it might take as much as 35 years for EB-3 India applicants to get their Green Card.
The article says, in FY 2009, 10,124 applicants got their green card from EB-2 India category and 2,306 from EB-3 India category. Keeping this as basis, it might take another 4.2 years for I-485 pending applicants to get their Green card on EB-2 India and 35.3 years through EB-3 India.
Unless there is a law change, the scenario is pretty bad for us.
From the article:
Prakash Khatri has a national Immigration Law practice (http://www.khatrilaw.com/) based out of Washington, DC. He has been practicing law for more than 25 years. He is a nationally recognized expert on Immigration law and process. As the first Citizenship and Immigration Services Ombudsman within the Department of Homeland Security from 2003‐ 2008, Mr. Khatri developed solutions to problems faced by individuals and employers trying to navigate the complex immigration processes of USCIS.
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