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Recent news reports suggest that the U.S. Department of State may make EB-2 India "unavailable" until the end of this fiscal year - that is, until September 30, 2014. This means that for the year 2014, the 7% per country cap for EB-2 applicants has likely been already reached or will be reached immediately. While this is a rare move because USCIS fiscal year ends only on September 30, 2014, and not before that, this should not cause panic amongst EB-2 or EB-3 applicants. For applicants whose priority date was current in September - they may still apply for adjustment in the new fiscal year beginning October 1st; and for applicants whose priority date becomes current in October - this announcement does NOT affect them.
What does this mean for me if I am an EB-2 Applicant and my I-140 has been approved?