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I sent in an N-600K application for my then 17 year old son in July 2009. Whilst the application was still being processed he turned 18 (in December 2009). I just received a letter stating that his application was rejected as he is 18 years old and all applicants need to be under 18. Has anyone else encountered this problem? I can pay an extra $585 and appeal the decision but will it change the outcome or will I just lose more money? I was told over the phone in July last year that as long as the application was received whilst my son was still 17 then this would be fine but I don't have this confirmed in writing. Does anyone have any advice? Thanks

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