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Visa Bulletin February 2018

Updated January 17, 2018United States of AmericaMigration NewsFamily Immigration - Spouse/Minor Children

Big winners are the F1 category: Over 21 unmarried sons and daughters of US citizens and F2A Spouses and minor children of green card holders.

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How to still get U.S. visas under Trump

Updated December 26, 2017United States of AmericaMigration NewsVisitor/Tourist VisaFamily Immigration - Spouse/Minor ChildrenStudent Visa

Within a year of taking office, U.S. President Trump issued orders banning travel to the U.S. from certain countries and purportedly supported proposed law to reduce legal migration. How do you get the visa you want under the current climate?

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Visa Bulletin January 2018: Welcome abroad

Updated December 15, 2017United States of AmericaMigration NewsFamily Immigration - Spouse/Minor Children

Ready to fly or would you be on stand-by? Priority dates have advanced and retreated in previous months. If you are among the lucky ones, have a safe flight and start your immigrant journey.

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Why you have two Visa Bulletin Charts

Updated November 13, 2017United States of AmericaMigration NewsFamily Immigration - Spouse/Minor Children

Still confused on why the Visa Bulletin issues two charts on the Visa Bulletin every month? Read the official statement of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and the Department of State. Ready? Get, set, document!

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November 2017 Visa Bulletin and Visas Issued at U.S. Embassy Manila

Updated October 15, 2017United States of AmericaMigration NewsFamily Immigration - Spouse/Minor Children

Immigrant visas to applicants in the Family and Employment-based categories are subject to monthly distribution within the per-country limits yearly. Check how many visas are issued in your specific category and check the visa movement for November 2017.

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