Questions around latest am22tech PD predictions

Hi @anil_am22,

This is a great writeup, but just wondering if it’s up to date with latest news about EB2 category getting a date instead of being current for world wide? I believe that can affect the spill over.

Also, it all looks like bad picture at this point. Are the spill overs the only hope? assuming no legislation will ever pass.

I’m looking at other options like CAN(have the PR), since my PD is Aug 2015. what do you suggest?


At this time, and with today’s news of no spillover for Indians, your PD will get current probably in 2034.
Unless something changes drastically, I have lost all hopes.

Now, you decide if you want to wait till that time or move on with life.

I am not hopeful of any legislation changes either as it seems they are doing it all intentionally.

Thanks Anil, it was very obvious intentional discrimination towards Indians.
Making us pay huge tax dollars and putting immense stress on our lives forever.
If anything changes, please update this thread.

Appreciate the response

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@anil_am22 waiting for your thoughts on this latest.

Can you please update based on latest info from USCIS,

Thanks a lot in advance
Kind regards,

I am waiting to hear on couple of court cases as they might share more data in it.

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Any latest on this and how it affects the PD movement for EB2 India? Thanks @anil_am22


DOS currently estimates that the FY 2023 employment-based annual limit will be approximately 197,000, due to approximately 57,000 unused family-sponsored visa numbers from FY 2022 being added to the employment-based limit for FY 2023.

EB-1, EB-2, and EB-3 each receive 28.6% of the overall limit, and EB-4 and EB-5 each receive 7.1% of the overall limit. Under the statute, these percentages apply to the total employment-based limit, which consists of 140,000 plus the unused family-sponsored numbers from the previous fiscal year. In other words, if there were unused family-sponsored numbers in the previous fiscal year, they are distributed based on the same fixed percentages.