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April Visa Bulletin News

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US Department of State shared via its Consular Affairs YouTube Channel that it does not expect much forward movement in the family-based categories for the rest of the fiscal year (which ends in September). However, employment-based categories are projected to have rapid forward movement in the EB-2 and EB-3 for India and EB-3 for China. EB-1 India is expected to remain current this fiscal year.

Check out April’s visa bulletin below or at this link:

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