The Department of State has now released the July 2017 Visa Bulletin. D&S provides a Monthly Summary of the family and employment-based priority dates. Application Filing Dates for EB-1, EB-2 and EB-3 Worldwide are current. Additionally, Application Filing Dates for China remain unchanged in both the EB-2 and EB-3 categories with EB-2 China at October 1, 2013 and EB-3 China at September 1, 2015. Application Filing Dates for EB-2 India remain unchanged at February 1, 2009 and EB-3 India progressed by nearly six months to October 1, 2006. Application Filing Dates for EB-3 Philippines remain progressed by one year to July 1, 2015. Application Filing Dates for EB-5 China remain unchanged at September 1, 2014.
With respect to Final Action Dates, EB-1 China and EB-1 India remain unchanged at January 1, 2012. EB-2 China advanced by 21 days to March 22, 2013, but EB-3 China retrogressed by about 2.5 years to January 1, 2012. Both EB-2 and EB-3 India progressed slightly to July 22, 2008 and February 15, 2006 respectively.
EB-2 Worldwide remains current, while EB-3 Worldwide progressed nearly two months to June 8, 2017. EB-3 Mexico progressed by approximately two months to June 8, 2017 and EB-3 Philippines advanced by one year to May 15, 2014. EB-5 for both regional centers and non-regional centers remains current, with the exception of EB-5 China, which remains unchanged at June 8, 2014.
As of today, June 13, 2017, USCIS has not advised whether, in July 2017, it will accept adjustment of status applications for family and employment-based petitions based on final action dates or application filing dates.