The Department of State has released the Visa Bulletin for May 2017. The table below shows “Final Action (Approval)” cut-off dates and movement from the previous month, for all major employment-based categories. To see filing cut-off dates or family-sponsored categories please go to the Visa Bulletin page linked above. For historical data, predictions and more Read more about May 2017 Visa Bulletin Released[…]
The Department of State (DOS) published data on the consumption of immigrant visa numbers by preference category. Each visa number represents a green card, or permanent residence, granted to an applicant. The data are also separated into two groups: The ones issued by DOS to applicants outside the United States, and ones issued by USCIS Read more about Visa Number Use by Category – USCIS vs DOS – FY2015[…]
The Department of State has released the Visa Bulletin for December 2015. The table below is a quick overview of the “Final Action (Approval)” cut-off dates and movement from the previous month, for the backlogged employment-based preferences. For all other categories, including family sponsored, please visit our Visa Bulletin Toolbox for more information. Chargeability Preference Read more about December 2015 Visa Bulletin and Future Cutoff Date Predictions[…]
The October 2015 Visa Bulletin marks a significant change to the process of determining visa availability. Under the legacy system, there is one cutoff date for each category: You will not be able to submit an application, or if you already have a pending case, it will not be approved, unless your priority date is Read more about Visa Bulletin for October 2015: New Format with Dual Charts[…]
Fireworks from our small town celebration of July 4th. The two bright white dots in the background are actually Venus and Jupiter.
Remember the transformation program USCIS launched years ago to convert their paper filing system to electronic filing? Well, after 10 years and billions of dollars, it is far from done. The U.S. Government Accountability Office recently released a report detailing their progress, and it isn’t pretty: The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ (USCIS) currently expects Read more about USCIS Transformation Program: One Billion Over Budget, Four Years Behind Schedule[…]
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published the latest performance data of I-485 Applications to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status. Below is a summary of the total number of I-485 cases by category. For more detailed statistics including service center and field office data, please click here. I-485 Applications Performance Data (1/1/2015 – Read more about USCIS I-485 Statistics – January to March, 2015[…]
We’ve just published a new visa bulletin tracker – an interactive chart showing all cutoff dates for all EB2 and EB3 categories, for the past 10 years. Our goal is to provide an easier way for applicants to see the full history of cutoff date movement for their category. The chart is not intended to Read more about Visa Bulletin Tracker – All New Interactive Chart[…]
If you’re a returned visitor to our website today, you’ll see a completely different layout and design. With weeks of hard work, we’ve now made immigrationroad.com fully responsive. What it means is that whether you’re using a smartphone, a tablet or a desktop/laptop computer, you will have the same viewing experience because the website automatically Read more about Redesign of ImmigrationRoad.com[…]
The Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated by Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese and many other Asian people. By Lunar calendar, the festival is held on the 15th day of the 8th month, when the moon is at its fullest. The perfect round shape of the moon symbolizes family reunion.