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what does category "E26" mean on plastic card?

Discussion in 'Life After The Green Card' started by sdtp, Feb 1, 2005.

  1. sdtp

    sdtp Registered Users (C)

    Just got my plastic card. Just curious about two questions:

    1. what does "E26" mean under the category?
    2. why does the plastic card called "green card"? it's front face is light yellow color rather than green.
     
  2. nkm-oct23

    nkm-oct23 Registered Users (C)

    E26: You got GC in EB2 category and you got it the 485 route.
    It used to green in color, colors changed but the name stuck.
     
  3. m_kandy

    m_kandy Registered Users (C)

    Congrats on receiving the card.

    Today my online message changed to,

    "On February 1, 2005, after approving your application, we ordered you a new card. Your card will be mailed to you as soon as it is ready."

    Can you tell me how long it took you to receive your card from this message?

    In 3 days I am going for a month vacation(international).
     
  4. qwertyisback

    qwertyisback Registered Users (C)

    I got it within 3-4 business days after that message. Its very close to your vacation plan. If you are too concern about flying without card, then you might think to postpone by few days/week, if suits you.
     
  5. luk12

    luk12 Registered Users (C)

    The category for my green card is E19. What does that mean? I was the dependent of EB1 application. Can the immigration officers distinguish the primary and dependent applicants based on the E#?
     
  6. cplusplus

    cplusplus Registered Users (C)

    check it out

    E11 Aliens with extraordinary ability, visa issued
    E16 Aliens with extraordinary ability, status adjusted
    E12 Outstanding professors or researchers, visa issued
    E17 Outstanding professors or researchers, status adjusted
    E13 Multinational executives or managers, visa issued
    E18 Multinational executives or managers, status adjusted
    E14 Spouses of E11, E12, E13, E16, E17, or E18, visa issued
    E19 Spouses of E11, E12, E13, E16, E17, or E18, status adjusted
    E15 Children of E11, E12, E13, E16, E17, or E18, visa issued
    E10 Children of E11, E12, E13, E16, E17, or E18, status adjusted


    E21=EB2, immigrant visas issued.
    E26=EB2, status adjusted.
    E22=spouses of EB2, imigrant visa issued.
    E27, spouses of EB2, status adjusted.
    E23=children of EB2, immigrant visas issued.
    E28=children of Eb2, status adjusted.


    E31= EB3, skilled workers, immigrant visas issued.
    E32=EB3, with Bachelors degree, immigrant visas issued.
    E36=EB3, skilled workers, status adjusted.
    E37=EB3, with Bachelors degree, status adjusted.
    E34=spouse of EB3, immigrant visas issued.
    E39=spouse of EB3, status adjusted.
    E35=children of EB3, immigrant visas issued.
    E30=children of EB3, status adjusted.
     
  7. devss

    devss Registered Users (C)

    I tooo got my GC and it says IR6.What is IR6mean?

    Hi,

    I received my GC through USC and on the GC it says IR6,could any one help me out what that means? I appreciate all your inputs.

    devss
     
  8. For_labor

    For_labor Registered Users (C)

    Guys,

    What is the difference between the following two categories?

    E36=EB3, skilled workers, status adjusted.
    E37=EB3, with Bachelors degree, status adjusted


    My I-140 was filed under EB3- "Skilled worker" category but the plastic card came with E37. Does it make sense? Please elaborate and advise.

    Thanks.
     
  9. cplusplus

    cplusplus Registered Users (C)

    maybe


    1). E36=EB3, skilled workers, status adjusted. (Filed 485 in the States),
    Education level is below university, for example college, high school ..., but they have some special skill like repairing auto, dealer in casino, cookers ...

    those kind EB applicants should not be easy to get approved now.

    2). E37=EB3, with Bachelors degree, status adjusted (Filed 485 in the States)
    The only difference between E36 and E37 is bachelor or non-bachelor degree, BSIS may upgrade you when they found you are bachelor ;)
     
  10. nkm-oct23

    nkm-oct23 Registered Users (C)

    IR is immediate relative of US citizen, IR6 is adjusted status in US.
     
  11. Explorer19

    Explorer19 Registered Users (C)

    Hi all

    coming to all these codes, I recently did my passport stamping in Newark, NJ on 2 February 2005 and on the same page as the ADIT stamp, they have written my EAC#, I-485 RD and "approval as I-797 I-485". Then they wrote 2 Feb as the date and not 18 january which was my approved date and also they have written E37 on the left side and on the right they have written New E32?

    Why did they write E37 and New E32?

    Note: Mine was EB3 with bachelors and I-485

    Please reply
     

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