The Visa Bulletin for August 2014 was released yesterday. All of the family categories from Mexico EXCEPT 2A (spouses and children of LPRs) moved forward at least 2 weeks. The F2A category for Mexico remained at March 15, 2011.
The Family 2A (spouse and unmarried children under 21 of LPRs) remains current for all countries in September 2013. Individuals in this category who are eligible to adjust status in the United States, can filed I-485 applications immediately, but should consult an immigration attorney to confirm that they are eligible. Family members in this category who are not eligible to adjust status but who have approved petitions can receive an appointment at the consulate once all of the paperwork is completed. I expect that the 2A category will not remain current for long, so it is important to act as soon as possible.
The other family categories from Mexico all moved forward at least 1 week, but remain mired in the 1990's.
All Family 2A (spouse and unmarried children under 21 of LPRs) categories are CURRENT beginning August 1, 2013. This was a move forward of 23 months for Mexico, and 22 months for all other countries.
USCIS has not adjudicated many of these I-130 applications and families waiting to process through the consulates will not be able to do so until they are approved. For those who are eligible to adjust status, I-485 applications should be filed in August to protect against the priority date moving backwards.