Visa Bulletin Update FY 2023

December 2022 USCIS has announced that for December 2022, both family-based and employment-based adjustment applicants must use the Dates for Filing chart. EB1 no longer "C" (current) for Chinese and Indian nationals in the next few months. The estimated annual limit for FY 2023 is 197,000. New worldwide EB2 final action and filing dates due to heavy demand. EB2 India Final Actional and...

Visa Bulletin Update

April 2022 USCIS determined that for April 2022, all family-sponsored preference categories must use the Dates for Filing chart. All employment-based preference categories must use the Dates of Filing chart. There's also significant advancement for EB2 India, from Sept 1, 2013 to Sept 1, 2014. Many may have already filed in 2020 / 2021 when they downgraded from EB2 to EB3. USCIS is encouraging...

Visa Bulletin Insights March 2021

Below are some takeaways from AILA regarding the Department of State's first "chat with Charlie" held on 3/17/2021 on the U.S. Department of State: Consular Affairs YouTube channel. This will be a recurring monthly segment where Charlie Oppenheim responds to the public’s questions regarding the Visa Bulletin. Debut of Chats with Charlie!The State Department’s inaugural engagement “Chats...

March 2021 Visa Bulletin

F2A applicants may file GC using the Final Action Dates chart. Applicants in all other family-sponsored preference categories must use the Dates for Filing chart. Applicants in all employment-based preference categories must use the Final Action Dates chart. Visa Bulletin for Adjustment of Status