The State Department released the March Visa Bulletin, showing no movement in key employment-based categories next month. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced it would use the Dates for Filing chart for employment-based filings.
Dates for Filing: Key Movements
Dates for Filing for Employment-Based Preference Cases:
Additional Information: Family-based applicants may also use the Dates for Filing chart next month, according to the USCIS announcement. More information is available here.
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