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I am a USC now. I want to file a petition for my parent. My sibling is under 21 at this time. When my parent gets approved does that get my sibling approved as well or will my parent have to file a seperate petiton after green card approval?

2. Does the under 21 age "freeze" at the time I apply or not ?

Thank you.


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You can apply for a sibling and a LPR Parent can as well.

Nothing freezes.


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I am a USC now. I want to file a petition for my parent. My sibling is under 21 at this time. When my parent gets approved does that get my sibling approved as well or will my parent have to file a seperate petiton after green card approval?

2. Does the under 21 age "freeze" at the time I apply or not ?

Thank you.

Hi,

1. The petition for your parent will not include your sibling. Your LPR parent can file for unmarried children.

2. Age will not freeze when you file. CSPA applies when the PD becomes current, age is then determined under a formula.

Best of luck

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Is it faster when a LPR parent files for unmarried children that for USC applying to unmarried siblings ?


FINAL JOURNEY N-400 APP

03/08/2014 : N-400 Application Sent with Fee Waiver Request

03/11/2014 : Application Delivered (waiting)

03/20/2014 NOA

03/23/2014 Finally email and text confirmation my case has been accepted and my fee waiver approved!

03/27/2014 Fee Waiver Approval letter came in the mail

03/11-2014: Priority Date
03/26/2014: Biometric Letter Sent Date
04/172014: Biometric Date
04/22/2014: In line for Interview

04/28/2014: Email about interview letter being mailed. Almost there

05/02/2014: Interview letter came
06-02-2014: Interview Date >>>>Passed!

06/03/2014 In line for Oath Scheduling! (Almost there)

07/03-2014: Oath Ceremony

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