In June 2022, the US Citizenship and Immigration Services will use the Final Action chart. India EB-2 Final Action cutoff dates will advance by one year, while all other Final Action cutoff dates remain unchanged.

The US Department of State has released its June 2022 Visa Bulletin, outlining per-country priority date cutoffs that regulate immigrant visa availability and the flow of adjustment of status application and consular immigrant visa application filings and approvals.


The bulletin includes both a Dates for Filing Visa Applications chart and an Application Final Action Dates chart. The former indicates when intending immigrants may file their applications for adjustments of status or immigrant visas, and the latter indicates when adjustment of status applications or immigrant visa applications may be approved and permanent residence granted.

Each month, the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) chooses which chart it will follow. For June 2022, the USCIS will follow the Final Action chart for employment-based (EB) filings for adjustment of status. This means that individuals seeking to file applications for adjustment of status with the USCIS in June 2022 must use the Final Action chart below.


To be eligible to file an EB adjustment application in June 2022, a foreign national must have a priority date that is earlier than the date listed below for their preference category and country. The “C” listing indicates that the category is current, and that applications may be filed regardless of the applicant’s priority date. The listing of a date for any category indicates that only applicants with a priority date that is earlier than the listed date may file their applications.

The USCIS is using the Final Action Cutoff Dates chart in June 2022. The EB-2 cutoff date for India will advance by one year to September 1, 2014. This means that India EB-2 applicants whose I-485 applications have not yet been filed and have a priority date before September 1, 2014, can file their I-485 applications with the USCIS.

All EB-1 priority date cutoffs remain Current (C), and all other Final Action cutoff dates remain unchanged.