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  1. Fastest Approved Case in 4 year 2 month for CA For Vermont its over 6 year 2 month As far as I know nobody from 2016 got NOA2 yet let alone 2017
  2. Chart B entered in 2015 but i-130 approval still stuck in middle of 2014, I never heard anyone from 2016 or 17 got approval latter yet. If anyone got approval update it here
  3. mmigrants applying for US visas will be denied entry into the country unless they can prove they can afford health care within 30 days of entering or can’t pay for it themselves, according to a proclamation signed by President Trump. The new rule, which comes into force on 3 November, will be applied to people seeking immigrant visas, not those in the US already. It does not apply to those seeking asylum seekers, refugees or children. But it would apply to the spouses and parents of US citizens. That could have an impact on families who are trying to bring their parents to the US. The proclamation said immigrants will be barred from entering the country unless they are to be covered by health insurance within 30 days of entering or have enough financial resources to pay for any medical costs. The Trump administration is trying to move away from a family-based immigration system and into a merit-based system, and Friday’s proclamation is another effort to limit immigrant access to public programs.
  4. If you are from WAC then current normal approval processing date is June 2014 for you, but some people got approval within 6-12 months after filling i130 There was a report regarding I-130s approved for relatives who were not immediate family members. Those fell by 70 percent in the same period, from more than 108,000 in the first nine months of 2016 to 32,500 in the same period in 2017. The entire 2017 fiscal year had the lowest number of approvals for extended family visas since 2000. In the upcoming months or year people would be wait for approval not for PD to be current. Again its all speculation
  5. after 2015 I don't see anybody got case approval letter especially 2016-17 filers within a year or two. Its almost more than 5 years backlog now, no matter how fast VB moves it wont give you any advantage.
  6. Colombia is not a bad place to live man...A lot of Americans now planning to retired there. Maybe quality of life in Colombia or freedom of speech is better than US for sure. Plus you can save tons of money in house rent. Regarding financial situation, if you know how to make money( not the online clickbait one) you can make it from anywhere. If you like to have access to American business you can do that like i do my business partner lives in California and I live in another part of the world. I am contributing to the US economy without living there.
  7. He knows congress wont pass it. Even If we consider it a merit based system, it would be easier for someone to immigrate AUS or Canada instead of USA. if you are a family of 4 people to migrate Canada, you need to have 15k in your bank account. To migrate AUS, you don't even need to prove you are financially fit, all you need is a degree with related experience and good English test score. People love to migrate USA because of the diversity, generosity, family reunification, freedom of speech so on. The most importantly its the only(close to none) western country where you can easily integrated in a society while keep in touch with your won culture.
  8. 13 states file lawsuit over Trump 'public charge' rule https://thehill.com/homenews/news/457485-washington-state-ag-files-lawsuit-over-trump-public-charge-rule
  9. Public charge was always there, and people denied all the time, nothing new, there should be reason why you rejected, it could be medical or financial, you always have the lawyer to appeal if it goes against the rule. Lets enlighten us What is Public Charge? Congress didn’t define “public charge” beyond such general categories as age, health, family and financial status, assets, education and skills. In 1999 the Clinton Administration issued guidance defining a “public charge” as an individual likely to become “primarily dependent on the government for subsistence, as demonstrated by either the receipt of public cash assistance for income maintenance, or institutionalization for long-term care at government expense.” Trump administration applied this rule heavily I guess which could increased denial rates. Excluded were noncash benefits like Medicaid and food stamps, which consume a growing share of government welfare spending. The Trump Administration now wants to incorporate noncash benefits into “public charge” determinations to prevent immigrants from coming to the U.S. to live on the dole. Regarding who will face the new rules- This final rule supersedes the 1999 Interim Field Guidance on Deportability and Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds and goes into effect at 12:00 a.m. Eastern on Oct. 15, 60 days from the date of publication in the Federal Register. USCIS will apply the public charge inadmissibility final rule only to applications and petitions postmarked (or, if applicable, submitted electronically) on or after the effective date. Applications and petitions already pending with USCIS on the effective date of the rule (postmarked and accepted by USCIS) will be adjudicated based on the 1999 Interim Guidance. More details here https://www.uscis.gov/news/news-releases/uscis-announces-final-rule-enforcing-long-standing-public-charge-inadmissibility-law I would suggest you to share official websites for information not some speculative #######
  10. "This final rule supersedes the 1999 Interim Field Guidance on Deportability and Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds and goes into effect at 12:00 a.m. Eastern on Oct. 15, 60 days from the date of publication in the Federal Register. USCIS will apply the public charge inadmissibility final rule only to applications and petitions postmarked (or, if applicable, submitted electronically) on or after the effective date. Applications and petitions already pending with USCIS on the effective date of the rule (postmarked and accepted by USCIS) will be adjudicated based on the 1999 Interim Guidance. " This Form I-944 is completely new criteria and insane financial requirements ( if you want to migrate Canada as couple you need to show only 15k CAD max), it will change the whole immigration system in the USA, unfortunately those who will apply after 15 Oct. have to face this reality.
  11. Ok I got the answer, it wont effect those applied before 15 Oct. if i understand correctly. This final rule supersedes the 1999 Interim Field Guidance on Deportability and Inadmissibility on Public Charge Grounds and goes into effect at 12:00 a.m. Eastern on Oct. 15, 60 days from the date of publication in the Federal Register. USCIS will apply the public charge inadmissibility final rule only to applications and petitions postmarked (or, if applicable, submitted electronically) on or after the effective date. Applications and petitions already pending with USCIS on the effective date of the rule (postmarked and accepted by USCIS) will be adjudicated based on the 1999 Interim Guidance. More details here https://www.uscis.gov/news/news-releases/uscis-announces-final-rule-enforcing-long-standing-public-charge-inadmissibility-law
  12. This new low will be effective from 15 Oct. Will it effect those who already have petition pending or it will be applicable to those who will apply i-130 after Oct. 15 Bit confused
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