Tracker clients find that an extra two weeks of prep time can go a long way in reducing the stress of filing for green card status.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 20, 2011
Tracker Corp, http://trackercorp.com, developer of the most innovative I-9 compliance software and the immigration management system (IMS) used by more Fortune 500 employers than any other IMS on the market, announced the addition of an Advance Visa Bulletin Report to its ImmigrationTracker™ 7 software.
ImmigrationTracker case management software already provides access to the current month's Visa Bulletin Report, issued by the Department of State (DoS), announcing what foreign nationals' priority dates are eligible to file for an Adjustment of Status (AoS). Around the 15th of each month, the DoS publishes the upcoming month's designated priority dates, and Tracker automatically monitors these bulletins.
With Tracker's new report, immigration attorneys or HR professionals have the option to select "Upcoming Month" as well as "Current Month." This enables a head start of up to 15 days in I-485 green card petition filing, so users can plan in advance for which clients or employees have the ability to file.
ImmigrationTracker's Visa Bulletin reports eliminate the tedious process of having to manually access the DoS website to learn which Priority Dates have or will become effective. The jump start provided by this new advance report further helps to ensure that filing deadlines are not missed, even if the previously-scheduled window for eligible Priority Dates moves due to variations in a country's visa demand.
An AoS applicant’s preference category, priority date, and country of origin determine his or her place in line for green card eligibility. Tracker stores this information and automatically compares it to the real-time data on the DoS website and returns the individuals who are currently eligible and meet any additional criteria specified by the DoS.
"Our new Advance Visa Bulletin Report lets ImmigrationTracker users plan ahead for the next month's batch of filings for applicants who will become eligible for new priority dates," said Brett Weiss, Tracker Corp CEO. "Tracker clients find that an extra two weeks of prep time can go a long way in reducing the stress of filing for green card status."
Tracker Corp provides software for immigration management, I-9 compliance and E-Verify. Used by more than 75% of the top immigration law firms who buy case management software (according to IndUS Business Journal and American Lawyer Media), as well as many Fortune 1000 companies, hospitals and universities, Tracker Corp products include ImmigrationTracker™ software and Tracker I-9 compliance software. Founded in 1998, Tracker Corp is privately held and based in San Francisco, CA.