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How does the comprehensive immigration reform bill in Senate propose to reduce sibling immigration category?

My priority date is Nov 2011 according to the acceptance notice of submitted I130 which is still waiting to be processed. How long should I expect to wait according to senate bill?

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They propose to eliminate it 18 months after passage.

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So is my I130 application on Nov 2011 useless?

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So is my I130 application on Nov 2011 useless?

John Grayson Davidson

John Grayson Davidson

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Not sure yet.

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CIR proposes to eliminate the siblings category altogether within a year and a half.

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So is my I130 application on Nov 2011 useless?

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When that becomes law, come back with your question. Until then, your guess as good as ours.

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