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_________________________________________________________________________________ update 1: on june 6 dos ammended their june visabulletin by adding a new category for nurses (schedule - a) and... Read More

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    I HAD APPEARED TO JUMP THE GUN WHEN I SAID THAT THE JUNE VISA BULLETIN WILL BE CURRENT //WELL IT JUST MAY BE //THE DOS HAS INDICATED THAT A NEW CATEOGARY EB3 A IS TO BE CREATED AS REQUIRED BY LAW AFTER 11 MAY 2005 /SO A REVISED BULLETIN MAY BE ISSUED FOR JUNE 2005 //JULY DEFINETELy APPEARS TO BE EB3 A CURRENT good day god bless (consult murthy .com )//congrats to all
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  3. Visit  nimishavarghese profile page
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    Hi Kid
    I couldn't find anything regarding new bulletin anywhere.. not in murthy.com too... Could u tell me where exactly it is..
  4. Visit  himdale profile page
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    this is from the murthy bulletin...
    http://www.murthy.com/bulletin.html
    6. visa bulletin to reflect new schedule a category

    the may 11, 2005 passage of the bill known as h.r. 1268, or emergency supplemental appropriations act for defense, the global war on terror, and tsunami relief, 2005 has created a number of changes in immigration law. among these is the reallocation of previously-unused visa numbers from 2001-2004 to the exclusive use by those considered to be under the schedule a category who are exempt from the labor certification process. this includes nurses and physical therapists. more information regarding this aspect of h.r. 1268 can be found in our may 6, 2005 murthybulletin article, bill may provide limited relief for retrogression and h2bs, available on murthydotcom.

    this change has given rise to questions about when the extra numbers will be available for this special subset of the employment-based third preference (eb3) category. it appears that this matter is likely to be resolved in the very near future. we have received reliable information from the u.s. department of state (dos) indicating that the visa bulletin, possibly for july 2005, may contain a separate category for the schedule a cases. this would provide significant relief to employers of nurses and physical therapists. the dos also indicated that they may amend the already-released june 2005 visa bulletin to include this new category as required under the recently-passed law. as of this writing, no update has been made.

    thus, it appears that this much-needed relief may be available soon. we at the law office of sheela murthy are happy to provide murthydotcom and murthybulletin readers with this information that likely will be updated in the u.s. department of state visa bulletin in the near future.

    [color=#808080] [color=#808080]2005, the law office of sheela murthy, p.c. all rights reserved

  5. Visit  kid80 profile page
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    MURTHY GOT IT BEFORE SHUSTERMAN //NOW SH ALSO TALKING ABOUT IT //MY IDEA IS SIMPLE GET THE NEWS ACROSS TO DECREASE ANXIETIES//
    try murthy current bulletib as shown on 20may 2005//so even june is likely going to be current what to talk of july//ITS LOGICAL good god blesss
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    Quote from nimishavarghese
    Hi Kid
    I couldn't find anything regarding new bulletin anywhere.. not in murthy.com too... Could u tell me where exactly it is..
    LOOK FOR CURRENT ON MAY 2O U CANT MISS IT
  7. Visit  NYrnTX profile page
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    Lets wait for the good news!
  8. Visit  sunnyjohn profile page
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    I am not from one of these countries, but I will keep my fingers crossed for all the hardworking men and women who are hoping to come over from all over the world!

    Good fortune!
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    Thanks...

    Quote from sunnyjohn
    I am not from one of these countries, but I will keep my fingers crossed for all the hardworking men and women who are hoping to come over from all over the world!

    Good fortune!
  10. Visit  zuriel profile page
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    Quote from Rep
    Thanks...
    June 1 end of retrogression according to Atty. Shusterman. Please see www.shusterman.com.
  11. Visit  himdale profile page
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    Quote from zuriel
    June 1 end of retrogression according to Atty. Shusterman. Please see www.shusterman.com.
    RETROGRESSION WILL NOT END...

    The one that was posted at Shusterman is a temporary relief for persons under Schedule A...if you are not on Shedule A you will still be afftected by retrogression if you were born in one of the PIC countries. Although as they estimate the numbers it would last for three years.
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    Quote from himdale
    RETROGRESSION WILL NOT END...

    The one that was posted at Shusterman is a temporary relief for persons under Schedule A...if you are not on Shedule A you will still be afftected by retrogression if you were born in one of the PIC countries. Although as they estimate the numbers it would last for three years.
    ARENT ALL REGISTERED NURSES WHOSE I 140 FILED IN SCHEDULE A /AS ALL GET LABOUR EXEMPTION /WHICH IS ONLY FOR SCHEDULE A /WE SEEM TO BE GOING AROUND AND ROUND//PL CLARIFY//good day//our forum is just interested in retrogression ending for nurses /not for eb3 /pl clarify what u want to say /good day
    Schedule A Occupations

    Schedule A is a list of occupations, set forth at 20 CFR 656.15, for which the Department has determined there are not sufficient U.S. workers who are able, willing, qualified and available. In addition, Schedule A establishes that the employment of aliens in such occupations will not adversely affect the wages and working conditions of U.S. workers similarly employed.

    The occupations listed under Schedule A include:

    Physical Therapists - who possess all the qualifications necessary to take the physical therapist licensing examination in the state in which they propose to practice physical therapy; and
    Professional Nurses - the alien (i) has a Commission on Graduates in Foreign Nursing Schools (CGFNS) Certificate, (ii) the alien has passed the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX—RN) exam, or (iii) the alien holds a full and unrestricted (permanent) license to practice nursing in the state of intended employment.
    Sciences or arts (except performing arts) - Aliens (except for aliens in the performing arts) of exceptional ability in the sciences or arts including college and university teachers of exceptional ability who have been practicing their science or art during the year prior to application and who intend to practice the same science or art in the United States. For purposes of this group, the term "science or art" means any field of knowledge and/or skill with respect to which colleges and universities commonly offer specialized courses leading to a degree in the knowledge and/or skill. An alien, however, need not have studied at a college or university in order to qualify for the Group II occupation.
    Performing arts - Aliens of exceptional ability in the performing arts whose work during the past 12 months did require, and whose intended work in the United States will require, exceptional ability.
    An employer shall apply for a labor certification for a Schedule A occupation by filing an ETA Form 9089, in duplicate with the appropriate USCIS Center, NOT with the Department of Labor or a SWA.

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    Nurses Who Passed Cgfns/nclex Are Schedule A //i Wonder Why The Queion Crept In In Thr First Place/ schedule A also includes a few others but the releif is only for rn and pt
    Last edit by kid80 on May 21, '05
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    Quote from kid80
    Nurses Who Passed Cgfns/nclex Are Schedule A //i Wonder Why The Queion Crept In In Thr First Place/ schedule A also includes a few others but the releif is only for rn and pt

    will just wait for the June 1, 2005 additional info for the visa bulletin. I agree that retrogression will not end, but the nurses and PT whose PD is 2002-2004 will benefit from the additional 50,000 additional visas


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