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DOS Releases Update on How Embassies and Consulates Are Prioritizing IV Applications — Visa Lawyer Blog — August 30, 2021

Welcome back to Visalawyerblog! In this blog post, we bring you a new update from the U.S. Department of State regarding the status of immigrant visa processing at U.S. Embassies and Consulates overseas. Today, the Department of State released an update reminding immigrant visa applicants that consular interview appointments are …

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Your Guide to the November 2021 Visa Bulletin, What to Expect, and More! — Visa Lawyer Blog — October 14, 2021

Welcome back to Visalawyerblog! In this blog post, we will cover the release of the November Visa Bulletin 2021 and what you can expect for employment based and family preference categories during the month of November 2021. The Department of State releases the visa bulletin on a monthly basis, which summarizes the availability of …

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New House Reconciliation Bill Would Exempt Employment-Based Immigrants from Numerical Limitations — Visa Lawyer Blog — November 1, 2021

A new House reconciliation bill adds new language that could open a path to permanent residency for highly skilled immigrants without waiting for their priority date to become current. The new bill, known as H.R. 5376 “the Build Back Better Act,” is the latest initiative backed by the Biden administration …

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U.S. Welcomes International Air Travel for Fully Vaccinated Starting Monday November 8th, Canada/Mexico Land Border Open for Fully Vaccinated Non-Essential Travel, Diversity Visa Lottery Registration Closing November 9th, and More! — Visa Lawyer Blog — November 4, 2021

In this blog post, we share with you a roundup of new immigration updates for the week starting with some important reminders. U.S. Welcomes International Air Travel from Fully Vaccinated Starting Monday November 8th As we have reported on our blog, the Biden administration has issued a new Presidential Proclamation …

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What is DOS doing to eliminate the Visa Backlogs? What is the status of processing at missions in China? & More! — Visa Lawyer Blog — January 27, 2022

In today’s blog post, we share some interesting Question and Answer responses recently provided by the Department of State’s Office of the Assistant Legal Adviser for Consular Affairs (L/CA), in a meeting with the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). The responses below provide some important insight into current immigration policies …

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