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"VISA AVAILABILITY IN THE COMING MONTHS
FAMILY-sponsored categories (monthly)
Worldwide dates:F1: three to five weeksF2A: one to two monthsF2B: three to four weeksF3: one to three weeksF4: up to one month
EMPLOYMENT-based categories (monthly)
Employment First: Current
and India: Reports from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
(USCIS) indicate that the rate of new filings for
adjustment of status in recent months has been
extremely low. This fact has required the continued rapid forward
of the cut-off date, in an attempt to generate
demand and maximize number use under the annual limit. Once the level
filings or USCIS processing increases
significantly, it will be necessary to slow or stop the movement of the
are once again advised that an eventual need to
retrogress the cut-off date is also a distinct possibility.
Worldwide: up to one monthChina: up to one monthIndia: up to two weeksMexico: up to one monthPhilippines: up to one month
Employment Fourth: Current
Employment Fifth: Current
be advised that the above ranges are only estimates for what could
happen during each of the next few months based
on current applicant demand patterns. The
determination of the actual monthly cut-off dates is subject to
applicant demand which can occur at any time.
Those categories with a “Current” projection will remain so for the
future." - Department of State Publication 9514, CA/VO: January 6, 2012.