State Department Issues June 2022 Visa Bulletin

May 16, 2022 Susannah Nichols

NOTE:  U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)  will use the Final Action Dates chart for the June 2022 Visa Bulletin. Please check the  USCIS website  for more information. 


The State Department has released the June 2022 Visa Bulletin.  USCIS will  use the Final Action Dates chart for employment-based and family-based categories.  The updates below reflect changes in employment-based categories.  

What are the Changes?        

In  June 2022, the India EB-2 category will see significant advancement. The EB-1 and EB-3 categories will remain unchanged from the  May 2022 Visa Bulletin .  


All countries will remain  unchanged  from  the  May 2022 Visa Bulletin.  


India EB-2 will move ahead a year to Sept. 1, 2014.  All  other countries will  remain  unchanged  from the May 2022 Visa Bulletin.    


There are no changes from the May 2022 Visa Bulletin. 

Looking Ahead         

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  Susannah Nichols, who is a Partner at Global Immigration Associates (GIA), one of the two independent U.S. law firms Envoy exclusively works with on the Envoy Platform (the "U.S. Law Firms").    

Content in this publication is for informational purposes only and not intended as legal advice, nor should it be relied on as such. For additional information on the issues discussed, consult an attorney at one of the two U.S. Law Firms working with the Envoy Platform or another qualified professional. On non-U.S. immigration issues, consult an Envoy global immigration service provider or another qualified representative.   

About the Author

Susannah is a Partner at Global Immigration Associates where her practice focuses on H-1B, L-1, TN, E and O-1 nonimmigrant visas, as well as PERM and EB-1 employment based green cards.

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