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October 2016 Processing Time Update
USCIS has posted updated case processing times, which continue to show significant processing delays for H-1B petitions.
November 2016 Visa Bulletin Released
The Department of State has released the November 2016 Visa Bulletin, which shows advancement for retrogressed employment-based categories.
Hurricane Matthew Immigration Relief
USCIS has issued an alert about immigration relief available to those affected by Hurricane Matthew.
USCIS Releases E-1 and E-2 RFE Template Drafts
USCIS is seeking public feedback on E-1 and E-2 RFE template drafts. The comment period ends on October 21, 2016.