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July 18, 2007

Government Reopens July EB Adjustment Filings

This just came in from AILA;

"The government will be announcing shortly that it has reversed its July 2 announcement that the fiscal year 2007 employment based visa numbers had been used up and that it was going to refuse to accept adjustment of status filings during July. Instead, Secretary Chertoff advises that USCIS will keep the applications filed and reopen filings for a 31-day period from July 18 through August 17, 2007, in order to provide the same filing window people would have had if the July 2 actions had not taken place. Filers will be able to pay the July filing fees during the entire window period.

Unfortunately, it does not appear that today's announcement helps the EB-3 other workers whose applications were rejected in June".

Posted by VisaLawyer at July 18, 2007 05:37 AM


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