This bill will not solve any problems. It will only benefit Indians who have already been in the backlog for several years but as a result, every single country's nationals will wait for 7+ years from the start and the backlog will only be ever increasing. There are simply too many people in the backlog. Every year, more than 150K to 200K people enter the backlog for 140K GCs up for grab. There are simply not enough GCs by the currently very, very low bar: any main applicant's dependent can get a GC with the main applicant, and they TAKE UP THE QUOTA. Every spouse or kid counts as one GC. On average, every applicant brings in 1.0~1.4 dependent. This bill will only shift the misery for some Indians to rest of the world. In addition, why are Indians complaining about the so-called "per country quota" anyway? In 2018, over 50K Indians received GC from the 120K GCs of EB1/2/3 categories: because of the "spillover rule", a rule that assigns unused GC quota to those are in the backlog, Indians are already taking up more than 40% of the GCs. With this bill, everyone else in the world will be blocked by the Indian backlog for 7+ years, then face the ever-increasing backlog during these 7 years. It wll be an endless nightmare to get an US green card for actually high-skilled immigrants.