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F4 Visa for my Sister and her Children in Philippines

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Hello, I have a question about the eligibility for the CSPA under the F4 Visa petitioned for my sister's daughter. We are Filipinos. I petitioned heraround 1991, her oldest daughter was still small. their Priority Date is March 1991 which is current and they are undergoing medical exams and preparations for our interview.

Her daughter is currently 23 years old and turned out that age just last September. The first thing the priority date came there was an email to them from the NVC, Including every name I have filed for petition. my sister's name and her son(under 21) and daughter(23 yrs old). it says they are all eligible as derivative beneficiary.


Due to the medical exam was delayed by the hospital systems, the result will come out on December, after that they will reschedule the Interview, now there was a new email from the Immigration that says they need to fill out the DS260 form and reschedule a new interview again. but this time without her daughter's name, only my sister and her son..


Can you please give me information what does this mean? does this mean my god daughter is not suddelny eligible for the VISA?

Thank you.

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Biometrics 04/15/14

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