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  • What next once your Final Action Date becomes current

    All,

    What are the next steps once your Priority Date becomes current for Final Action as per Visa Bulletin?

    August bulletin advanced Final Action Date for EB1C India by 7 Months. I am assuming any work on newly current cases will start from August 1. How much time it takes to complete any remaining processing and issue the GC?

    Thank You!
    Last edited by ymukesh; 07-28-2020, 07:08 PM.

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    USCIS follows a first in first out process (whenever possible). So your documents submitted during the initial submission will now be assigned to case officers. Perhaps another review and if a visa number is available, they will assign it to your case. That triggers the greencard approval and card production.
    If there is no visa number available when it is being reviewed, then its status quo.
    Newly submitted cases go to the back of the line.
    Opinion only. Cannot be construed as legal advice.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by R78 View Post
      USCIS follows a first in first out process (whenever possible). So your documents submitted during the initial submission will now be assigned to case officers. Perhaps another review and if a visa number is available, they will assign it to your case. That triggers the greencard approval and card production.
      If there is no visa number available when it is being reviewed, then its status quo.
      Newly submitted cases go to the back of the line.
      If Medical has already been submitted and Interview completed 2 year back, will USCIS go through the file again or just approve the case and issue the card?

      is short staffed USCIS causing any delays in the approval process - anyone who became current as part of June or July bulletin- what is your progress after that?

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        I-693 (medical) is valid for 2 yrs from the date USCIS gave you the receipt. So you can do the calculation to determine if it has been 2 yrs. If yes, you will get an RFE for another medical.

        Short staffing is going to affect case review. If visa numbers remain at the end of the month, then will spill over into the next month.
        Opinion only. Cannot be construed as legal advice.

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