Delays in US Visa Interviews, Green Card Processing times, EAD : Need Help? CIS Ombudsman can help

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Delays in US Visa Interviews @ Consulates, Green Card Processing times, EAD : Need Help? CIS Ombudsman can help. 20000 New Interview waiver slots for US Visa is added in many consulates for spring 2022

Visa prioritization order in consulates and embassies

IR-3/IR-4 (international adoption cases)
IR-2 (specifically the immigrant child of a U.S. citizen who will turn 21 in the near future)
Special Immigrant Visas for Iraqi and Afghan nationals working for the U.S. government
CR-1/IR-1 (marriage-based green card)
IR-2 (specifically the immigrant child of a U.S. citizen who will not turn 21 in the near future)
IR-5 (parent of a U.S. citizen)
K-1 (fiancé of a U.S. citizen)
All other family-based visas and SE1 (foreign employees of the U.S. government abroad)
All other immigrant visa types including employment-based and diversity visas
H-1B/L/TN/H-2 (nonimmigrant employment-based visas)
F/M/J (nonimmigrant students)
E-1/E-2 (treaty trader/investor)
B-1/B-2 (those eligible for an interview waiver)
B-1/B-2 (currently not processing first-time applicants at all even in countries without serious restrictions due to the backlog taking precedence)

In this video we will discuss about some U.S.C.I.S and Immigration progress which directly or indirectly affects i-130, i-140, i-485, US Visa, Consulate Processing, Employment and Family Green Card, H1B programs, etc.
More Good News for Certain Immigrants and Non Immigrants waiting for US Visa Interview at Embassies and Consulates abroad!.
Department of State is waiving in-person interview, through a Temporary Final rule effective immediately for certain Immigrant Family and Fiance Visa applicants, to reduce the massive visa backlog in Embassies and Consulates abroad. another major interview waiver announcement for Employment Visa applicants like H, L & O Visa.

Department of State is waiving in-person interview, through a Temporary Final rule effective immediately from December 13th 2021 for certain immigrant Visa applicants, to reduce the massive visa backlog in Embassies and Consulates abroad.

Expansion of Interview Waiver Eligibility is also applied at the US consulates abroad. Department of Homeland Security, has temporarily expanded the ability of consular officers to waive the in-person interview requirement, for individuals applying for a nonimmigrant visa in the same classification.

This video covers Visa’s and their priority order in detail (starting from IR category, ending with Tourist B1 & B2 visa).
IR-1, CR-1, IR-2, IR-3, K1, SE1, H1B, H4, L1, L2, TN, H2, F, M, J, E1, E2, B1, B2 Visa appointments.

You can also have a quick look at individual country wise embassy visa processing status worldwide

Philippines US embassy / Consulate status –
Mexico US embassy / Consulate status –
United Kingdom US embassy / Consulate status –
India US embassy / Consulate status –
Pakistan US embassy –
China US embassy / Consulate status –
Dominican Republic US embassy / Consulate status –
Thailand US embassy / Consulate status –
Nigeria US embassy / Consulate status –
Colombia US embassy / Consulate status –
Ukraine US embassy / Consulate status –
Russia US embassy / Consulate status –
Vietnam US embassy / Consulate status –
Indonesia US embassy / Consulate status –
Canada US embassy / Consulate status –
Brazil US Embassy –

This Video also applies to Visa Priority dates to be followed in US consulates in following countries for Visa interview.

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Disclaimer: This channel is not owned by an any US Government Agency or an Immigration attorney. The contents in the channel is for informational purpose only collected from Various public domains. you may need to contact an expert immigration attorney for your specific immigration needs.

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