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CSPA - Embassy’s Calculation mistake

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We had an interview in US embassy on 11/19/2018 and my father was principal applicant. At the time of interview my age was 25+. We applied for visa under Child Status Protection Act. 

D.O.B: 02/03/1993

Priority Date: 01/20/2005

Approval Date: 12/23/2009

Visa Bulletin Current Date: 10/01/2018

According to CSPA calculator, My age was 20 years 08 months 25 days and I was elligible for immigration visa. 


However, at the time of interview, the counslate returned my passport without any rejection letter. According to counslate, my age is 21 years 08 months 24 days. So, I am not eligible for visa. Embassy probably has confused 2009 with 2008; there is 1 year difference in my age. 

Our attorney in USA has filed a petition on 11/20/2018 to review my eligibility according to CSPA calculations. It’s 02/15/2019 and we have not received any reply or call for passport submission from US embassy. 

Is it normal? How much time it will take? Does someone has faced same problem? 


Seeking for your positive response. 



Edited by Tah31

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