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 Whether you’re seeking clarification on legal terminology, understanding your rights, or complex legal processes, our FAQ section aims to provide clear and concise explanations to address your inquiries. Explore our curated list of frequently asked questions to gain valuable insights and empower yourself with knowledge about the law.

The Visa Bulletin is issued monthly by the Department of State. It shows the priority dates for each preference category within the employment-based visa system.

Your priority date is the date USCIS receives your approved immigrant visa petition. The Visa Bulletin indicates when applications with a priority date earlier than that date are likely ready for visa processing.

Yes, there are five preference categories (EB-1, EB-2, EB-3, EB-4, EB-5) for employment-based visas, each with specific requirements.

If you are waiting for an employment-based green card and your priority date is earlier than the date listed for your category and country of charge ability, you may be eligible to file for adjustment of status or apply for a visa at a consulate abroad.

The Visa Bulletin is on the Department of State website at https://travel.state.gov/content/travel.html .

You will likely need to wait until a future Visa Bulletin shows a movement in your category and country of chargeability.

Yes, the April 2024 Visa Bulletin shows advancements in some employment-based preference categories compared to March 2024.

The movement varies by preference category and country of chargeability. The specific details are on the Department of State website.

While the Visa Bulletin can be complex, consulting an attorney is not always necessary. However, an attorney can provide specific guidance on your case.

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