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I have been put into an incorrect category from F2A to F2B maybe because of the mistake my attorney made while uploading the documents to CEAC for NVC to view

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Can anyone please comment their opinion on my post?

 
hey guys, my case is still in the same category.There is something  that I am curious to ask about.my curiosity is that while uploading the required documents to CEAC for NVC for me,my attorney made a mistake by putting up the birth certificate of my sister instead of mine.My sister’s name and mine are similar to each one’s. Only the last name of her is different to mine which I think might have caused me to  put into F2B category.Her date of birth is 06/13/1995 as well as mine is 07/07/1997. Priority dates are the same 26 dec 2016 .The attorney received the welcome letters to pay the IV  fees for both of us on the same day but unfortunately,NVC sent off my sister’s by a mistake because after probably 2 months later, when our attorney went online to pay the Iv fee for my sister,the ability of paying or tapp on any spot  there on CEAC was blocked by NVC.Then,the attorney emailed to NVC about the  concern and they replied the same that “The petition is not eligible for further processing at this time”.for my case,Everything was completed step by step by my agent without a  hurdle.The iv fee was paid and all of the needed documents submitted to NVC.although,at the moment,NVC has been replying the same in their email for me once they did for my sister’s case.Any help will beappreciated.Please suggest me with a opinion of yours ,Guys.what am I supposed to do now?Will NVC convert me from F2B to F2A?Thanks,
 

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1 hour ago, Rahim shaha said:

Approved date is 6thJune 2018

  • As you were able to pay and upload, give them 1-2 weeks to see if they accept/reject/or do anything with your case
  • Utilize your laywer and I do not think they simply automatically converted F2A to F2B due to initial error of uploading birth certificate as there are other documents showing your real date of birth.

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On 4/9/2019 at 2:33 AM, Rahim shaha said:

Can anyone please comment their opinion on my post?

 
hey guys, my case is still in the same category.There is something  that I am curious to ask about.my curiosity is that while uploading the required documents to CEAC for NVC for me,my attorney made a mistake by putting up the birth certificate of my sister instead of mine.My sister’s name and mine are similar to each one’s. Only the last name of her is different to mine which I think might have caused me to  put into F2B category.Her date of birth is 06/13/1995 as well as mine is 07/07/1997. Priority dates are the same 26 dec 2016 .The attorney received the welcome letters to pay the IV  fees for both of us on the same day but unfortunately,NVC sent off my sister’s by a mistake because after probably 2 months later, when our attorney went online to pay the Iv fee for my sister,the ability of paying or tapp on any spot  there on CEAC was blocked by NVC.Then,the attorney emailed to NVC about the  concern and they replied the same that “The petition is not eligible for further processing at this time”.for my case,Everything was completed step by step by my agent without a  hurdle.The iv fee was paid and all of the needed documents submitted to NVC.although,at the moment,NVC has been replying the same in their email for me once they did for my sister’s case.Any help will beappreciated.Please suggest me with a opinion of yours ,Guys.what am I supposed to do now?Will NVC convert me from F2B to F2A?Thanks,
 

Please read my post: 

 

 

This is what I did BEFORE our beneficiary priority date became current in April 2019 and got the F2B back to F2A on NVC CEAC, and automatically, we got the F2A Embassy interview appointment letter on May 20th for an Embassy interview date of April 4th.  My beneficiary's F2A Immigration Visa just arrived today in his hands.  His CSPA age at his priority date becoming current April 1st is 20 years 10 months.  We just made it and that is why I made sure this F2A/F2B visa issue was fixed with NVC back in November 2018.

 

Your priority date became current in March 2019 and your CSPA age on March 1st is 20 years 2 months 11 days, and thus, you should be in the F2A visa category.

 

A very important step in my referenced post was to write a "Ask NVC" email requesting CSPA protection for the F2A category and put a copy of the CSPA calculator for your case (see uploaded image) in the email as well:

 

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/visa-information-resources/ask-nvc.html

 

This will get you back to F2A the quickest way.  

CSPA.JPG

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