In this blog update, we will take a look at the release of the June Visa Bulletin 2022 and what you can expect for employment-based and family preference categories during the upcoming month of June.
The Department of State publishes the news regarding visa on a monthly basis, which sums up the numbers of immigrant visa that are available for that particular month. The charts for ‘Final Action Dates’ and ‘Dates for Filing Applications’ indicate when should candidates for an immigrant visa be informed to submit the necessary documents to the National Visa Center.
Adjustment of Status Filing Chart June 2022
USCIS has not yet released the adjustment of the status filing chart for the June Visa Bulletin, but it should be available soon.
USCIS will decide the cutoff dates for the acceptance of adjustment of status applications next month, whether or not the adjustment of status applications will be accepted depending on the charts for Final Action or For Dates Filing.
Dates For Final Action Based On Preferences For Employment Cases
As per the Department of State’s announcement for the June 2022 Visa, the final cutoff dates for issuing an immigrant visa for employment-based classes are as follows::
- EB-1: India, China, and all countries will stay current.
- EB-2: India will move on by one year, to September 1, 2014, and China will stay at March 1, 2019. All other countries will stay current.
- EB-3 Skilled Workers and Professionals: EB-3 China and EB-3 India will stay without any changes from the month prior, on January 15, 2012, and March 22, 2018, respectively. All other countries will stay current.
- EB–3 Other Workers: For this class, the Department of State has decided on a worldwide cutoff date of May 8, 2019, to avoid surpassing the annual limits. EB-3 China and India will stay without any changes on January 15, 2012 and June 1, 2012, respectively.
- EB-5: The Department of State has taken measures by establishing a Final Action cutoff date of November 22, 2015, for the EB-5 China Unreserved Non-Regional Center C5 and T5 classes. It will also be applicable to EB-5 Unreserved Regional Center I5 and R5 case types. EB-5 Final Action dates will stay current for all countries and for all EB-5 “Set-Aside” classes such as Rural, High Unemployment, and Infrastructure.
For the family-based visas, little to no changes have been made in most classes, considering that Consulates continue to tackle the ongoing backlog of visas due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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