All Countries – March 2020 Month’s Prediction
Predicted Final Action
🌐All Countries Visa Bulletin Predictions for March 2020
|F1||2013-09-22||+4 weeks||F1 Predictions|
|F2A||2018-10-01||--70 weeks||F2A Predictions|
|F2B||2014-09-22||+4 weeks||F2B Predictions|
|F3||2007-12-15||+3 weeks||F3 Predictions|
|F4||2006-07-22||+3 weeks||F4 Predictions|
How are Predictions made?
Immigration Planner has developed and refined a 3-step process to predict Visa Bulletin dates.
The first step is to inspect past Visa Bulletins and ‘clean’ the data and correct unintended movements. The second is to evaluate short, medium, and long term trends. The third is to incorporate the latest known data about backlogs in the United States and abroad.
Philippines – March 2020 Predictions
Predicted Final Action
🇵🇭Philippines Visa Bulletin for March 2020
|F1||2009-05-01||+4 weeks||F1 Predictions|
|F2A||2018-10-22||+4 weeks||F2A Predictions|
|F2B||2009-03-22||--6 weeks||F2B Predictions|
|F3||1999-06-08||+5 weeks||F3 Predictions|
|F4||1999-08-08||+5 weeks||F4 Predictions|
Applicants whose Priority Date is very close to becoming ‘current’ when compared to the relevant Final Action date might find ‘Next Month’s Predictions’ helpful. Predictions are not always accurate, especially short-term ones, but it is meant to help applicants plan their next step in the Green Card process.
‘Next Month’ is the month after the latest known Visa Bulletin issued by the State Department.
For example, during the month of October the Visa Bulletin for the month of October is what the State Department calls the ‘current Visa Bulletin’. The Visa Bulletin for the month of November is what the State Department calls the ‘upcoming Visa Bulletin’.
Immigration Planner’s ‘Next Month’ is the Visa Bulletin for the month after the ‘upcoming Visa Bulletin’. In our example, December.
Note: when the ‘upcoming Visa Bulletin’ has not been issued yet, Immigration Planner’s ‘Next Month’ is simply the month after the ‘current Visa Bulletin’.
You can check out our 3-year predictions on our web site, or better go to our application and get a customized plan for your Green Card including predictions.
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