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Hello Every one,

I have a question hope someone can help me, If a LPR submit I 130 for his/her children age under 21 and over 21 unmarried? Can anyone tell me what will be their preference example ..F2a F2b etc and how long will take each preference to get visa?

Thanks for your help..

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Hello Every one,

I have a question hope someone can help me, If a LPR submit I 130 for his/her children age under 21 and over 21 unmarried? Can anyone tell me what will be their preference example ..F2a F2b etc and how long will take each preference to get visa?

Thanks for your help..

F2A is for under 21, F2B is for over 21, it depends from what country they are from. can you let us know?

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F2A is for under 21, F2B is for over 21, it depends from what country they are from. can you let us know?

They are from Pakistan. If I am reading correctly:

2A DEC06 for under 21 unmarried son/daughter and this will take 3 - 4 years? am I correct???

2B JUL02 For over 21 unmarried son/daughter and will take about 7-8 years??

Thanks for the help..

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
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They are from Pakistan. If I am reading correctly:

2A DEC06 for under 21 unmarried son/daughter and this will take 3 - 4 years? am I correct???

2B JUL02 For over 21 unmarried son/daughter and will take about 7-8 years??

Thanks for the help..

more than 4 years, and more than 8 years respectively.

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more than 4 years, and more than 8 years respectively.

Aleful thanks for your reply, could you please tell me how will take more then 4 and 8 years?

May Visa bulletin showing:

2A DEC06

2B JUL02

If the preference are as above mentioned, so how can be longer them 4 and 8 years. Please try to explain maybe I didnt understand or reading properly.

Thanks in advance.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Nigeria
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Your date starts when your petition is approved, so there is a lag from filing to approval then it sits on the petition rack aging until a visa number is available.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
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Aleful thanks for your reply, could you please tell me how will take more then 4 and 8 years?

May Visa bulletin showing:

2A DEC06

2B JUL02

If the preference are as above mentioned, so how can be longer them 4 and 8 years. Please try to explain maybe I didnt understand or reading properly.

Thanks in advance.

you can never count the visa bulletin exactly, the bulletin can regress, advance or the date could be stuck for months. That's why one must check every month. Sometimes the bulletin only advances a couple of weeks. Sometimes it advances more. It could be in the same month for 2 or 3 months. It could regress a few months or not advance at all. The visa bulletin is unpredictable.

Then that is the first step, wait until the priority date becomes current. Then comes the consular processing stage that can take months util they have their interview. The paperwork and the payments.

they will have to have patience. The immigration process takes a very long time.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
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you can never count the visa bulletin exactly, the bulletin can regress, advance or the date could be stuck for months. That's why one must check every month. Sometimes the bulletin only advances a couple of weeks. Sometimes it advances more. It could be in the same month for 2 or 3 months. It could regress a few months or not advance at all. The visa bulletin is unpredictable.

Then that is the first step, wait until the priority date becomes current. Then comes the consular processing stage that can take months util they have their interview. The paperwork and the payments.

they will have to have patience. The immigration process takes a very long time.

I also forgot to explain to you, that the dates might change drastically between June and September before USCIS's new fiscal year. The new fiscal year for immigration is October 1st and sometimes the change could be in every category, o sometimes the change is in one or two categories, that the dates regress drastically, to give visas to people that had prior priority dates.

My USC mom petitioned for me and for more than 5 years, I followed the visa bulletin, sometimes with frustration that it hadn't moved a bit, or just had moved a week or two. or that immigration had made a big cut in my category and I had to wait to October so that the dates could start where the cut was made.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Colombia
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Your date starts when your petition is approved, so there is a lag from filing to approval then it sits on the petition rack aging until a visa number is available.

Incorrect the date starts when the I-130 is received by the USCIS this is the date you count by. Our I130 was received on 12/7/2007, approved on 2/24/2010. Our Priority date is 12/7/2007. Please be careful when posting incorrect information.

It sits why waiting for approval at the USCIS level and then sits again at the NVC until a visa becomes available.


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Incorrect the date starts when the I-130 is received by the USCIS this is the date you count by. Our I130 was received on 12/7/2007, approved on 2/24/2010. Our Priority date is 12/7/2007. Please be careful when posting incorrect information.

It sits why waiting for approval at the USCIS level and then sits again at the NVC until a visa becomes available.

NArocks thanks for your reply. Your point is key..once USCIS receive I130 that time will be Priority date/time.

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Hello Every one,

I have a question hope someone can help me, If a LPR submit I 130 for his/her children age under 21 and over 21 unmarried? Can anyone tell me what will be their preference example ..F2a F2b etc and how long will take each preference to get visa?

Thanks for your help..

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F2a--SPOUSE AND CHILDREN UNDER 21 YEARS OLD OF PERMANENT RESIDENTS

F2b- UNMARRIED SONS AND DAUGHTERS (21 YEARS OLD AND ABOVE) OF PERMANENT RESIDENTS

Thanks cucumber for your reply.

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