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This is the case of my friend.He was petitioned by her US CITIZEN parent under IR2 last 2010 when he was still 20 years old. Then, he waited for the availability of visa number from NVC. Last year, he recieved a letter from NVC stating that a visa number is currently available and whether he still wants to pursue the application. The question is, he is now 26 years old. Is he still good to go? As of this moment, he has constant contact with NVC and processes fees (AOS,etc) as what was told by NVC. in ceac website, his category is still IR2. Thanks for your replies.

in addition, who will have the final decision if the applicant has aged-out? is it NVC or the embassy where the applicant will have the interview?

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