April 2010 Visa Bulletin (Incorrect) Predictions

Ok, now that the official April 2010 Visa Bulletin is out, my theory of predicting the cutoff dates turned out to be off by two months for China EB2. So I won’t bother you with my calculations. In short, I tried to use the data provided by the Visa Office and did rather straight math; it is apparent that VO was right when they said there were “other factors” in their determination of the dates. I suspect previous pattern of visa use plays a significant role in the process. So my conclusion? Even if VO releases the data every month, I still won’t be able to pinpoint what the cut-off dates would be. In a matter of fact, I think my visa bulletin graph can probably offer a better “prediction” than anything else I can think of.

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