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Priority-date cutoffs will advance in key employment-based categories next month, according to the State Department’s April Visa Bulletin.
Key Movements in Final Action Dates in April:
Final Action Dates for Employment-Based Preference Cases:
The State Department also released its Dates for Filing chart for April. Applicants seeking to file for adjustment of status are reminded that the chart does not take effect unless U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services confirms that it does via a web posting in the coming days.
USICS used Final Action Dates in January, February and March after using Dates for Filing for the first three months of the fiscal year.
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