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Demonized EB-1 Schedule | Is EB-1A the fastest immigration r
Guide reading: For example, the 4,040 places opened on October 1, 2017 were used up by the end of March 2018 after only six months. Beginning in April 2018, the Immigration Bureau, in accordance with its usual practice, set a "threshold date" of January 1, 2012, f
Every October 1st is the beginning of the New Fiscal Year in the United States, and immigration certificates are being issued in a new round. By convention, the U.S. State Department releases its schedule for the next month in the second week of each month.
 
On September 12, 2018, the U.S. State Department released a much-awaited visa schedule. Starting from the new financial year in October this year, EB1A "outstanding talents" migrants, which are prevalent in recent years, are facing the normalization of scheduling, formally declaring that EB1 visas have entered the scheduling era. Only when Chinese applicants submit their immigration application before June 1, 2016, can they apply for green card status conversion or interview at the Embassy in October 2018.
 
Demonized EB-1 Schedule | Is EB-1A the fastest immigration route in the United States?
 
So, will EB1A be the same fast track as EB5? A few years ago, EB5 American investment immigrants were still a way to get green cards quickly, but as the number of applicants blowout, EB5 gradually began to appear in the queue, applicants had to wait in turn, "fast" for the current EB5 has become a luxury.
 
As a result, more and more applicants are turning their attention to another way - EB1A, an eminent immigrant from the United States. The trial time is only 10-14 months. If the accelerated trial channel is chosen, the application results will be known in 15 days.
 
EB1A's fast trial speed is mainly due to its adequate quota. EB1A is the first priority immigration category in the United States. EB1 has 4,040 places a year, four times as many as EB5.
 
2016, 2017, 2018... EB1 applicants, including EB1A, are increasing, so that the 4,040 new places opened each year are not enough. Since then, EB1 has also experienced a period of short-term inability to change its identity.
 
For example, the 4,040 places opened on October 1, 2017 were used up by the end of March 2018 after only six months. Beginning in April 2018, the Immigration Bureau, in accordance with its usual practice, set a "threshold date" of January 1, 2012, focusing on immigration applications submitted before April 2018.