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My dad was petitioned by her sister February 1987 Under F4 Category.

By that time I was 3 years old. Last year (2008) our case became current, by that time I am 25 years old.

I emailed the NVC regarding my status as a beneficiary derivative (my dad being the principal beneficiary). I asked NVC if I can qualify for CSPA and state my case, using the CSPA calculator. I emailed all the information I gather because I believe that I am qualified/entitle as a beneficiary derivative even if I am classified 25 years old/over age. The NVC responded that they forwarded my email to US Embassy Manila for consular review. And after a month (August 2008) the US Embassy denied my request to qualify at CSPA.

While my dad, mom and sister received their visa Last week. My question is can I still request the US Embassy Manila to further review my status even though they send a letter stating that I am not qualified without stating any grounds or explanation why I was denied? Is it all right if I write to the embassy to further review my status? What else can I do to? Can I still appeal to the embassy even though my parents visa was released?

Please help me.

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My dad was petitioned by her sister February 1987 Under F4 Category.

By that time I was 3 years old. Last year (2008) our case became current, by that time I am 25 years old.

I emailed the NVC regarding my status as a beneficiary derivative (my dad being the principal beneficiary). I asked NVC if I can qualify for CSPA and state my case, using the CSPA calculator. I emailed all the information I gather because I believe that I am qualified/entitle as a beneficiary derivative even if I am classified 25 years old/over age. The NVC responded that they forwarded my email to US Embassy Manila for consular review. And after a month (August 2008) the US Embassy denied my request to qualify at CSPA.

While my dad, mom and sister received their visa Last week. My question is can I still request the US Embassy Manila to further review my status even though they send a letter stating that I am not qualified without stating any grounds or explanation why I was denied? Is it all right if I write to the embassy to further review my status? What else can I do to? Can I still appeal to the embassy even though my parents visa was released?

Please help me.

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we have the same situation but i have not taken any actions yet... My dads F4 petition is also 1987 febuary first week and i'm already 26... i was hoping to find someone that shows that they were approve by the CSPA but how unlucky i am to find someone who have my very exact situation not being approve... Is this where i should start loosing hope?

if you have updates still2gthr21 please send me an email... sir_rapses@hotmail.com and if i have some info i can also try to send you a message seems no one can help us unless we do something... :(

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