Visa bulletin for April

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The following information is provided by the Visa Office regarding the cut-off dates for the month of April 2010.
Family Preferences
F1-Family first preference: Unmarried sons and daughters over the age of 21 years of US citizens. The cut-off date has moved forward by two (2) weeks for most of the countries, including India to July 8, 2004.
F2A-Family second preference: Spouses and minor children, and unmarried sons and daughters of permanent residents. The cut-off date has moved forward by eight (8) weeks for most countries, including India to June 1, 2006.
F2B-Family second preference: Unmarried sons and daughters over 21 of permanent residents. The cut-off date has moved forward by four (4) weeks for most of the countries, including India to March 1, 2002.
F3-Family third preference: Married sons and daughters of US citizens and their    spouses and children. The cut-off date has not moved            at all and remains the same for most of the countries, including India at May 22, 2001.
F4-Family fourth preference: Brothers and sisters of US Citizens. The cut-off date has moved forward by six (6) weeks for most of the countries, including India to March 1, 2000.
Employment Preferences
EB1-Priority Workers: The cut-off date for this category for all countries, including India is current.
EB2-Advanced degree holders: The cut-off date for this category for most countries is current and for India it has not moved at all and remains the same at February 1, 2005.
EB3-Professional skilled workers: The cut-off date for this category has moved forward by six (6) weeks to February 1, 2003 for most of the countries and for India it has moved forward by nine (9) weeks to September 8, 2001.
EB3-Other workers: The cut-off date for this category has not moved at all and remains the same at June 1, 2001 for most of the countries, including India.
EB4 (Certain special Immigrants), EB4 (Certain Religious Workers), EB5 (Targeted employment programs) & EB5 (Pilot programs) is current for all countries, including India.

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