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The State Department released the November Visa Bulletin, showing priority-date cutoffs will advance in EB-2 categories and retrogress in EB-3 categories next month. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) confirmed that it will follow the State Department’s Dates for Filing chart to determine filing eligibility next month.
Dates for Filing – Key Movements:
Dates for Filing Employment-Based Preference Cases:
Additional Information: USCIS confirmed that it will also use Dates for Filing for family-based applicants, except for F2A category applicants, who may use Final Action Dates.
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