March 2024 US Visa Bulletin Reveals Progress for EB-1 Indian Green Card Applicants

The March 2024 US Visa Bulletin brings positive news for EB-1 India and EB-1 China applicants, showcasing advancement in these categories. Published monthly by the US State Department, the bulletin provides a comprehensive analysis of immigrant visas and their application dates. While EB-1 experiences progress, EB-2 and EB-3 remain at a slower pace. The Dates for Filing Visa Applications and Final Action Dates charts outline crucial developments in the immigration process.

Despite the stagnant progression in the February bulletin, Indian Green Card applicants receive encouraging news with advancements in the EB-1 category. Conversely, EB-2 and EB-3 categories face slow movement.

Key Reminders from the March 2024 US Visa Bulletin:

Foreign nationals applying for EB adjustment in the upcoming month must have a priority date preceding the one specified under their country-specific preference category.

The bulletin includes Final Action Dates for Family-Sponsored Applications, presenting specific dates for different preferences and countries.
Dates for filing visa applications indicate the timeframe for filing applications, offering guidance for prospective immigrants.

The Employment-Based preferences, categorized under sections of the INA, outline priorities for different worker classifications. The Final Action Dates for Employment-Based categories exhibit the current status for applicants from India, China, Mexico, and the Philippines.

Additionally, the Dates for Filing provide insights into upcoming timelines for application submissions.

Applicants and stakeholders are advised to review the March 2024 US Visa Bulletin meticulously, understanding the implications for their respective preference categories and countries. This detailed analysis aims to keep individuals informed about the evolving immigration landscape and helps navigate the intricate process of obtaining a green card in the United States.

Source:  Hindustan Times