June 2021 Visa Bulletin Issued by State Department

May 21, 2021 Anne Walsh

NOTE: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that it will use the Final Action Dates chart for the June Visa Bulletin. Please check the USCIS website for more information. 

Overview

The State Department has released the June 2021 Visa Bulletin, which brings advancement in multiple employment-based categories.

What are the Changes?

In June 2021, the Final Action Dates chart includes the following key movements

EB-1

All countries will remain current for EB-1 in June.

EB-2

For EB-2, China will advance five months to May 1, 2017. India EB-2 will progress four months to December 1, 2010. All other countries in EB-2 remain current and unchanged.

EB-3

China EB-3 will progress more than three months to September 1, 2018. India EB-3 will advance nine months to November 1, 2011. All other countries in EB-3 remain current and unchanged.

For more information about navigating the Visa Bulletin, please refer to this list of frequently asked questions, prepared in collaboration with Global Immigration Associates (GIA).


Envoy is pleased to provide you this information, which was prepared in collaboration with Anne Walsh, who is a Partner at Global Immigration Associates, P.C. (www.giafirm.com), Envoy’s affiliated law firm.

Content in this publication is not intended as legal advice, nor should it be relied on as such. For additional information on the issues discussed, consult an Envoy-affiliated attorney or another qualified professional.

About the Author

Anne is a Partner with Global Immigration Associates. In this role, she provides counsel for companies ranging from startups to Fortune 500 corporations and their foreign national employees. Anne’s practice focuses on obtaining visas and employment-based green cards in all categories; immigration compliance arising from corporate changes, such as reorganizations and restructuring; and office relocations and company immigration policies and best practices. She also has extensive experience preparing and reviewing business immigration filings, requests for further evidence and appeals, and in researching and analyzing immigration statutes, policy and procedure. Anne works with clients in several industries, including software, cloud technology, manufacturing and electronics. In addition to her employment-based practice, Anne provides counsel for individuals pursuing visas and green cards through family relationships.

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