State Department Issues June 2024 Visa Bulletin

Key Points     

  • DOS has issued the June 2024 Visa Bulletin     
  • USCIS will use the Final Action Dates chart    
  • No significant advancement will occur in most employment-based categories  

NOTE:  U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will use the Final Action Dates chart for the June 2024 Visa Bulletin. Please check the USCIS websiteformore information.     


The Department of State (DOS) has released the June 2024 Visa Bulletin. USCIS will use the Final Action Dates chart for employment-based categories. The updates below reflect changes in employment-based categories compared to last month.         

What are the Changes?       

In June 2024, there are no significant changes to most employment-based categories below from the May 2024 Visa Bulletin, which also used the Final Action Dates chart.  


China will remain at Sept. 1, 2022, and India will stay at March 1, 2021. All other countries will remain current.  


China will remain at Feb. 1, 2020, and India will remain at Apr. 15, 2012. All other countries will stay at Jan. 15, 2023.  


India will advance one week to Aug. 22, 2012. China will stay at Sept. 1, 2020, and all other countries will remain unchanged at Nov. 22, 2022.  

Looking Ahead              

For more information about navigating the visa bulletin, please refer tothis list offrequently asked questions, prepared in collaboration with Corporate Immigration Partners, P.C.   


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