The Department of State May 2019 Visa Bulletin shows movement in employment-based categories. The EB-1 category will advance one month in all countries, moving up the cutoff date to March 1, 2018, except China and India, whose dates remain the same at Feb. 22, 2017. The EB-2 category will remain current for all countries except China, advancing to May 15, 2016, and India, advancing to April 16, 2009. Although most countries will remain current on the EB-3 category, China will advance to August 22, 2015; India will advance to July 1, 2009; and the Philippines will advance to June 1, 2018. Notably, India’s final action date in the EB-3 category continues to surpass the EB-2 category, leaving EB-3 India with a more favorable final action date than that of EB-2 India.
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