"RETROGRESSION OF JUNE CUT-OFF DATES
WORLDWIDE F2A: The cut-off date for the Family F2A category was advanced at a very rapid pace during fiscal year 2013 in an effort to generate demand to use all numbers available under the annual limit. Those...
Visa Bulletin For November 2014
" INDIA EMPLOYMENT SECOND PREFERENCE
Increased demand in the INDIA Employment-based Second preference category has required the retrogression of this cut-off date to hold number use within the fiscal year 2015...
"VISA AVAILABILITY IN THE COMING MONTHS - INDIA Employment-based Second Preference: Increased demand will require the retrogression of this cut-off date, possibly in November, to hold number use within the fiscal year 2015 annual limit."
"The China-mainland born Employment Third and Third Other Workers cut-off dates have advanced for the month of August, and could do so again for September. There are two reasons for this advance after the retrogression of the cut-off date earlier...
Department of State Publication 9514, CA/VO: June 9, 2014
Department of State Publication 9514 CA/VO: April 9, 2014
"VISA AVAILABILITY DURING THE COMING MONTHS
WORLDWIDE F2A: From early 2013 through September 2013, the level of demand for numbers in this preference category was extremely low. As a...
Department of State Publication 9514 CA/VO: November 7, 2014
" MEXICO VISA AVAILABILITY
MEXICO F2B: The level of demand during recent months has been extremely heavy, in particular for cases filed with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services for adjustment of status processing. Therefore...
Visa Bulletin For September 2014
D. VISA AVAILABILITY IN THE COMING MONTHS
INDIA Employment-based Second Preference: The use of potentially "otherwise unused" Employment numbers prescribed by Section 202(a)(5) of the Immigration and Nationality...
Visa Bulletin For March 2014
"... Continued heavy demand in the Mexico F2A category has resulted in the retrogression of this cut-off date to hold number use within the annual numerical limit. ..."
Visa Bulletin For April 2014
"The www.travel.state.gov website has been redesigned and reorganized. The Visa Bulletin is now found under "Law and Policy" in the visas section of the website. Visitors to the website have several ways...
Visa Bulletin For January 2014 Number 64, Volume IX, CA/VO: December 11, 2013.
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