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What to expect – Visa Lawyer Blog – May 22, 2020 Visa

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The State Department has released the Visa Bulletin for June 2020 Presentation of the availability of immigration visa numbers for the coming month.


NOTE: Adjustment of the status filing charts June 2020

For family sponsored submissions:
In the F2A category there is a key date in the Data for submission table. The category is, however, “current” in the table “Final action dates”. This means that applicants in category F2A can make adjustment requests using the June 2020 final action dates table.

For all other family-sponsored preference categories, you must use the Deadlines for submission Diagram in the Department of State Visa Bulletin for June 2020.

For employment-related preference submissions:
You must use the for all employment-related preference categories Last action dates Diagram in the Department of State Visa Bulletin for June 2020.


Deadlines for the Visa Bulletin in June


Employment-based categories

According to the State Department June Visa BulletinThe following deadlines apply for the issue of an immigration visa for employment-related categories:

  • EB-1: With the exception of China and India, all countries remain current in June. EB-1 China moved forward one month until August 15, 2017, while EB-1 India advanced more than 10 months until June 8, 2016.
  • EB-2: All countries except China and India remain current in June. EB-2 China increased one month through November 1, 2015 and India rose 10 days through June 12, 2009.
  • EB-3 skilled and skilled workers: All countries except India and China remain current. With the exception of India and China, all countries had developed by more than ten months by November 8, 2017. The key dates for China and India have been brought forward by one month, with China moving to June 15, 2016 and India to April 1, 2009.
  • EB-5: Most countries remain current. EB-5 China has evolved by two weeks until July 15, 2015; EB-5 India has evolved by three months until January 1, 2020; and Vietnam advanced three weeks to April 22, 2017.

The key dates in the table for the submission dates for June have largely remained the same compared to the previous month. The only change concerns EB-4 El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala, which have been postponed for four and a half months until February 1, 2017. USCIS accepts adjustment requests based on the June 2020 final action chart, just like last month.

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Family sponsored categories

According to the State Department June Visa BulletinThe following deadlines apply for issuing an immigration visa for categories sponsored by families:

** Please note that only applicants in category F2A can apply for adjustment using the June 2020 final action dates table. All other family-sponsored preference categories must use the Submission Dates table.

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Warning of April 22ndnd Proclamation of the president


As you may know, President Trump has April 22ndndThe President’s proclamation suspends immigration visas to U.S. consulates worldwide for certain classes of immigrants until June 22, 2020 unless the proclamation is extended beyond that date. With the reopening of consulates worldwide, consular officials will enforce the President’s proclamation by denying immigration visas to those who have been outside the U.S. from 11:59 p.m. EDT was not issued an immigration visa or similar U.S. travel document on April 23, 2020 and is otherwise not exempt from the proclamation. The following types of immigrants have been expressly exempted from the proclamation and can issue a visa in June:

  • Applicants for EB-5 immigration visas;
  • Spouse of US citizens;
  • Children under the age of 21 from US citizens and potential adopters in the IR-4 or IH-4 visa classification;
  • Foreigners wishing to apply for an immigration visa as a doctor, nurse or other medical professional, as well as their spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21;
  • Foreigners whose entry would promote key US law enforcement objectives;
  • Members of the US Armed Forces as well as their spouses and children;
  • Foreigners who wish to be included in the SI or SQ classification as special immigrants, as well as the spouse and children of these persons; and
  • Foreigners whose entry is in the national interest of the United States.

If you have any questions about the June Visa Bulletin, please contact Contact our office for advice.


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