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For I-90, question 12 is asking for the class of admission with regard to your permanent residency. It is a three-letter code representing the immigrant category under which you became a permanent resident. If you have a newer version, you can find the code on the front side of your green card right under “Category.”
If you are a U.S. permanent resident, you don’t have to apply for a visa in order to visit Canada. Even if you hold a passport from a country whose citizens are required to present a visa to enter Canada, all you need is your green card, and Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) if you’re flying to Canada.
India EB2 will move forward by a mere 3 days. And EB3 is not much better, only advancing 7 days. China EB2 and EB3 will move up 17 days and 24 days, respectively. These movements are not even keeping up with the calendar month, so it means retrogression becomes a bit worse.