EB-5 application dates remain unchanged in June - EB5Investors.com

EB-5 application dates remain unchanged in June

EB5Investors.com Staff

Final action and filing dates for the EB-5 visa applications stayed the same in June, according to the Department of State (DoS)’s most recent 2024 Visa Bulletin. The dates haven’t changed since February.

The EB-5 visa dates remain current for nationals from all countries except India and Mainland China, so their applications do not face backlogs.

Meanwhile, For Indian and Chinese EB-5 investors, the final action dates are Dec. 1, 2020, and Dec. 15, 2015, respectively. The filing dates continue Apr. 1, 2022, and Jan. 1, 2017, respectively.

Visa availability for EB-2 and EB-3 could change

The DoS has indicated a potential change in visa availability for the EB-2 and EB-3 employment categories. High demand that this could lead to a retrogression of the worldwide final action date (including Mexico and the Philippines) in the next month to manage the number used within the maximum allowed under the Fiscal Year 2024 annual limit. “This situation will be continually monitored, and any necessary adjustments will be made accordingly,” the DoS concluded.

EB-5 attorney and founder and managing attorney of Lawmaks, Marjan Kasra, says EB-2 and EB-3 “applicants who qualify to file during May and June are strongly advised to do so before the opportunity is lost for an undetermined amount of time.  Applicants should closely follow the Department of State visa bulletins, which are issued monthly for the coming month.”

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