March 2014 Visa Bulletin released

The U.S. State Department has released the March 2014 Visa Bulletin.

For Family-Based visas there was a 13 month regression in the F2A category for Mexican foreign nationals. In February, the priority date was September 1, 2013, but has now been moved back to April 15, 2012.

Meanwhile, the F1 category saw advancement for China, India, and Mexico.

After a regression in February the F2B category saw no change in March, and the priority date is still May 1, 1993.

By in large there was little movement for work-based visas. That being said, the EB3 category saw an advancement of at least two weeks in every country.

Visa Bulletin March 2014

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Jake VanKersen

Jake VanKersen

Jake was born and raised in Muskegon, MI and has been making life in Chicago since 2004. As a child, he was fed a steady diet of movies, comic books, and the worldview of his opinioned grandmother. As a result, he finds that he has a strong opinion on a few topics and jumps on his Internet Soapbox to make them known.

A film school graduate of Columbia College Chicago he is currently the Video Producer and frequent blogger for VISANOW Global Immigration.