November Visa Bulletin: Incremental movement across most categories, including a 3 month jump for EB-3 China; no movement for EB-2 India, EB-3 India, or F2A

October 10, 2013

The Department of State has released the November Visa Bulletin, which shows incremental movement across most categories.

Family-based preference categories:

  • F1 will advance 3 weeks for regions other than Mexico and the Philippines, which stay at July 1, 2001.
  • F2A remains paused at September 8th, 2013 (all regions) for the 2nd consecutive month.
  • F2B will advance 3 weeks (all regions)
  • F3 will advance 1-3 weeks (all regions)
  • F4 will advance 1 month for the Philippines, 1-2 weeks for all other regions

November Family-Based

EB-2 and EB-3 India will not move for the 2nd consecutive month, while other employment-based preference categories will see some movement:

  • EB-2 China will advance to October 8, 2008
  • EB-3 and Other Workers will advance to October 1, 2010 (except for India and the Philippines)

November Employment-Based


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