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Priority-date cutoffs will advance in most employment-based categories next month, according to the State Department’s March Visa Bulletin. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services confirmed Tuesday that it would continue using the Final Action Dates chart for adjustment-of-status applications in March.
Key Movements in Final Action Dates for March:
Final Action Dates for Employment-Based Preference Cases:
Additional Information: Priority-date cutoffs advanced dramatically in the October Visa Bulletin, did not change in November and advanced modestly in most categories in December. Priority-date cutoffs retrogressed sharply in January following USICS’s switch to the Final Action Dates after it used Dates for Filing for the first three months of the fiscal year. Dates advanced modestly in most categories in February.
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