Last month, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services aimed to reform the visa system by implementing a new Dates for Filing chart. The chart showed the number of immigrant visas that would be available for those eligible to file in October. This was based on the USCIS and the State Department’s estimates of available immigrant visas. People could apply for employment authorization and begin accruing time toward eligibility for job changes that were previously not available to them. But on September 25, 2015, the State Department revised the Dates for Filing, causing severe reductions in the number of applicants who would be eligible to file in October. People weren’t happy. Some filed a class action lawsuit, asking the court to strike down the revised Dates of Filing chart and compel the USCIS to accept adjustment applications under the earlier version of the chart. This is an important issue and we will update you as this saga unfolds.