Anticipate some sort of movement starting after the beginning of the new Fiscal Year this October. Most main changes in this edition of the visa bulletin were related to employment-based categories.
Worldwide, EB-1 remains current, except for applicants from India and China, which both have cutoff dates of January 1, 2010 (this was published in the August Visa Bulletin).
The Worldwide cutoff date for EB-2 remains at February 1, 2014, but expect it to return to current at the start of the 2017 Fiscal Year. Mainland China’s cutoff date stayed at January 1, 2010, while India’s moved forward to February 22, 2005.
The Worldwide cutoff date for EB-3, including El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico, advanced to May 1, 2016. Mainland China’s stayed at January 1, 2010, while India’s advanced to February 15, 2005.
The EB-5 cutoff date remains current, except for applicants from Mainland China, with a cutoff date of February 15, 2014.
Source: Jordi S. Bayer - National Law Review