Here's the link. Bad news in the family categories as much of the advancement of the last two years has been reversed with major retrogressions. The only good news was a ten month jump for Mexico EB-3 cases.

Family 1st- 13 month retrogression for most countries to January 2005; six month advance for Dominican Republic to January 2005; one week advance for Mexico.

Family 2A - world numbers retrogress 20 months to January 2008; Mexico retrogresses five years to April 2005.

Family 2B - world numbers retrogress more than two years to April 2003; Dominican Republic advances two months to March 2002; Mexico stalled at June 1992. Philippines numbers retrogress ten months to May 1999.

Family 3rd - Most countries retrogress a year and half to January 2001. Philippines retrogresses nine more months to October 1991.

Family 4th - Most countries stalled at January 2002. Mexico stalled at 22 December 1995. The Philippines stalled at January 1988.



Employment 1st - still current in all categories.

Employment 2nd - weak movement for India and China; just a two week improvement for China (22 June 2006) and stalled again for India (8 May 2006).

Employment 3rd - modest movement; one month advance for most countries to 22 March 2005; one week advance for China to 15 December 2003; India moves up one week to 1 February 2002. Mexico jumps 10 months to 15 April 2003 and the Philippines jumps a month to 22 March 2005.

Employment 3rd Other Workers - most countries remain stalled at 22 April 2003; India moves up one week to 1 February 2002; Mexico jumps 10 months to 15 April 2003.

Employment 4th - still current in all categories.

Employment 5th - still current in all categories.