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Department of State Releases August 2017 Visa Bulletin

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EB-2 Worldwide to retrogress; EB-3 Worldwide is “current.” The US Department of State has released its August 2017 Visa Bulletin setting out per-country priority date cutoffs that regulate immigrant visa availability and the...more

Immigrant Visa Processing Changes – EB2/3 India Advances Minimally; EB2 China Will Advance, But EB3 China Will Retrogress; EB3...

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In our continuing series of reports, Charles (“Charlie”) Oppenheim, Chief of the Visa Control and Reporting Division, U.S. Department of State, shares his most recent analysis of current trends and future projections for the...more

Department of State Releases June 2017 Visa Bulletin

by Morgan Lewis on

Significant retrogression for EB-1 India and China. The US Department of State has released its June 2017 Visa Bulletin setting out per-country priority date cutoffs that regulate immigrant visa availability and the flow...more

Department of State Releases May 2017 Visa Bulletin

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Expect some retrogression in EB-1 and EB-2 cutoff dates in the coming months. The US Department of State has released its May 2017 Visa Bulletin setting out per-country priority date cutoffs that regulate immigrant visa...more

Department of State Releases April 2017 Visa Bulletin

by Morgan Lewis on

No change in Dates for Filing chart again, but small advances in Final Action Dates chart. The US Department of State has released its April 2017 Visa Bulletin setting out per-country priority date cutoffs that regulate...more

Department of State Releases March 2017 Visa Bulletin

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No change in Dates for Filing chart again; China EB-3 advances 6.5 months in Final Action Dates chart. The US Department of State (DOS) has released its March 2017 Visa Bulletin. The Visa Bulletin sets out per-country...more

Department of State Releases February 2017 Visa Bulletin

by Morgan Lewis on

No change in Dates for Filing chart again; scant advancement in Final Action Dates chart. The US Department of State (DOS) has released its January 2017 Visa Bulletin. The Visa Bulletin sets out per-country priority date...more

Department of State Releases January 2017 Visa Bulletin

by Morgan Lewis on

No change in Dates for Filing chart again; minimal advancement in Final Action Dates chart. The US Department of State (DOS) has released its January 2017 Visa Bulletin. The Visa Bulletin sets out per-country priority...more

Department of State Releases December 2016 Visa Bulletin

by Morgan Lewis on

No change in Dates for Filing chart; small gains in Final Action Dates chart. The US Department of State (DOS) has released its December 2016 Visa Bulletin. The Visa Bulletin sets out per-country priority date cutoffs...more

Department of State Releases October 2016 Visa Bulletin

by Morgan Lewis on

Employment-based China and India First Preference and Worldwide Second Preference cutoff dates become “current” once again. The US Department of State (DOS) has released its October 2016 Visa Bulletin. The Visa Bulletin...more

Department of State Releases September 2016 Visa Bulletin

by Morgan Lewis on

Employment-based final action dates reflect modest advancement for the end of the fiscal year. The US Department of State (DOS) has released its September 2016 Visa Bulletin. The Visa Bulletin sets out per-country...more

Immigrant Visa Processing Changes – EB2 Worldwide continues to hover close to current; EB2/3 India and China remain backlogged;...

by Fox Rothschild LLP on

In our continuing series of reports, Charles (“Charlie”) Oppenheim, Chief of the Visa Control and Reporting Division, U.S. Department of State, shares his most recent analysis of current trends and future projections for the...more

Department of State Releases July 2016 Visa Bulletin

by Morgan Lewis on

July sees minor advancements in EB-3 categories following a retrogression in June. The US Department of State (DOS) has released its July 2016 Visa Bulletin. The Visa Bulletin sets out per-country priority date cutoffs...more

US Department of State Issues November 2015 Visa Bulletin

by Morgan Lewis on

The new bulletin shows no movement in filing date cutoffs and little movement in approval date cutoffs for those chargeable to India and China. The November 2015 Visa Bulletin shows little change from the October 2015...more

Department Of State Releases September 2015 Visa Bulletin

by Morgan Lewis on

Cutoff dates for EB-2 China and India retrogress to January 1, 2006. Cutoff dates for EB-3 China, India, and the Philippines advance to December 22, 2004....more

Department of State Releases August 2015 Visa Bulletin

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Cutoff dates for EB-3 Philippines available, but backlogged to 2004. Cutoff dates for EB-3 China backlogged to 2004, while cutoff dates for Mexico and the rest of the world advance by three and a half months. Cutoff dates for...more

Department of State Releases July 2015 Visa Bulletin

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Cutoff dates for EB-3 Philippines become unavailable, cutoff dates for EB-2 China advance by four months, and cutoff dates for EB-3 for Mexico and the Rest of the World advance by six weeks. The US Department of State...more

Department of State Releases February 2013 Visa Bulletin

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EB-2 category for all chargeable areas other than China and India remains current; minor forward movement in the EB-3 category. The U.S. Department of State (DOS) has released its February 2013 Visa Bulletin. The Visa...more

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