The Department of State has released the May 2017 Visa Bulletin. D&S provides a Monthly Summary of the family and employment-based priority dates. The Application Filing date for EB-2 China progressed 7 months to October 1, 2013 and EB-3 China progressed 4 months to September 1, 2015. The Application Filing date for EB-2 India retrogressed just under 3 months to February 1, 2009 and EB-3 India progressed nearly 10 months to April 22, 2006. The Application filing date for EB-3 Philippines progressed 10 months to July 1, 2014 and EB-5 China progressed nearly 3 months to September 1, 2014.
The Final Action date for EB-3 Worldwide progressed one month to March 15, 2017. EB-2 China progressed 24 days to February 8, 2013 and EB-3 China progressed 1.5 months to October 1, 2014. EB-2 India remains unchanged and EB-3 India progressed 1 day March 25, 2005. EB-2 Mexico remains current and EB-3 Mexico progressed 1 month to March 15, 2017. EB-2 Philippines remains current and EB-3 Philippines progressed 3.5 months to January 1, 2013.
All non-regional center EB-5 categories remain current, with the exception of EB-5 China, which progressed 10 days to June 1, 2014. There are no available EB-5 visas for Regional Center filings in May.
As of today, April 12, 2017, USCIS has not advised whether, in May 2017, it will accept adjustment of status applications for family and employment-based petitions based on final action dates or application filing dates.