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A USC Mother and an USC Brother filed I-130 for her Adult Son/Adult Brother over 21 years of age who is on Overstay B1/B2 (Not sure which one) and grandfathered under the 245i Labor Certification, the petition was denied, never married. Received date/Priority date shows June 09, 2011 on I-787C. Paid $420 X 2 Application/Petition Fee. What is the next process. Visa bulletin shows that it will be about 6 years and 1 month. On the USCIS shows, when you put in the Receipt Number, it shows dark blue in 'Initial Review'. Next step shows 'Decision' which is grayed out.

The beneficiary would be in 'F1' category right? When I looked at the May 2012 Visa Bulletin website, it shows May 1st of 2005.

Any suggestions?

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