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State department reports many Filipino family-based visas go unclaimed, resulting in the case being shred and priority date lost

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RECENTLY, officials from the U.S. State Department discussed the monthly Visa Bulletin and the movement of priority dates.  (A priority date is a person’s “place in line” for an immigrant visa, and is typically based on the date the petition was filed.  The monthly Visa Bulletin reports which priority dates are now eligible to be…

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