I am filed under f2b...my petition got approved by uscis on 17 november 2014 and has been sent to service center...The new V-1 visas will be offered to three categories of family visa applicants. All of these are currently subject to numerical limits, but the limits and waiting list become irrelevant when they are admitted on the V-1 visa. The beneficiaries are:
Unmarried sons and daughters of citizens; Unmarried sons and daughters of LPRs; Married sons and daughters of citizens, under 31.These applicants are entitled to work permits upon admission.
Will there be some other conditions too Regarding V1 non-immigrant visa in senate bill....like You filed Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, family member on or before December 21, 2000. The family member has been waiting 3 years...
Whatever is in the Senate bill may never become law, so there is no real answer to your question at this time. At this time there is no reason to think that there will be any change in the law, so it would be pure speculation to suggest what features this imaginery law might contain.
As Attorney Wiedemann implies, ethical lawyers can only advise you on what the law is, not on what it might be. But you are correct to keep current on developments.
Senate Bill is not happening and whatever visas it could address, it did not.
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