The visa bulletin is out at this link: July 2019
The level of Employment-based demand, primarily for USCIS adjustment of status applicants, has been steadily increasing in recent weeks. For example, there has been no forward movement for India and China under the EB-1 employment based category. The Department of State expects the EB-1 final action date for India will move forward to February 22, 2017 in October 2019.
Employment-based petitions must use the Final Action Dates chart. The employment-based categories are as follows: EB-1 is at April 22, 2018 for all countries except China (May 8, 2017) and India (January 1, 2015); EB-2 is current for all countries except China (November 1, 2016) and India (April 24, 2009); EB-3 is current for all countries except China (January 1, 2016), India (July 1, 2009); EB-3 other workers is current for all countries except China (November 22, 2007), India (July 1, 2009); EB-4 and religious worker visas are current for all countries except El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico (July 1, 2016); and EB-5 non-regional centers and regional centers are current for all countries except China (October 1, 2014), India (May 1, 2017) and Vietnam (October 1, 2016). Family based petitions must use the Dates for Filing chart. Family based petitions are backlogged, with the most recent date at March 8, 2019 for F2A (spouses and children under 21 of lawful permanent residents) and the longest queue for Philippines F4 (brothers and sisters of U.S. Citizens) at July 1, 1998.