JUNE 2006

This column carries priority dates and other transitional information as taken from the U.S. State Depart­ment’s Visa Bulletin. The information below is from the Visa Bulletin for June 2006.

In the tables below, the listing of a date for any class indicates that the class is oversubscribed. “Current” means that numbers are available for all qualified applicants. “Unavailable” means no numbers are available.


FAMILY PREFERENCEVISA DATES

Preference...............Dates for India

1stt.....................April 22, 2001
2A*t.....................April 22, 2001
2Bt......................Aug. 1, 1996
3rdt.....................Aug. 1, 1998
4tht.....................Aug. 15, 1994


* Note: For May, 2A numbers exempt from per-country limit are available to applicants from all countries with priority dates earlier than June 22, 1999. 2A numbers subject to per-country limit are available to applicants chargeable to all countries except Mexico with priority dates beginning June 22, 1999 and earlier than April 22, 2001.


EMPLOYMENT-BASEDVISA DATES

Preference...................Dates for India

1st..........................Jan. 1, 2006
2ndt.........................Jan. 1, 2003
3rdt.........................April 8, 2001
Schedule At..................Current
Workers
Othert.......................Unavailable
Workers
4tht.........................Current
Certaint.....................Current
Religious
Workers
5th..........................Current
Targeted.....................Current
Employment
Areas


Visa AvailabilityInformation Line(202) 663-1541

Source: http://travel.state.gov/



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