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How long does petitions under f4 visa(brothers and sisters of us citizens) get approved for applicants in the philippines? Not how long case was pending(waiting time of priority date to become current) but time between petition applied and approved. 

 

I am curious to know if there are cases that got approved after 20plus years. Thank you.

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41 minutes ago, Markuz said:

How long does petitions under f4 visa(brothers and sisters of us citizens) get approved for applicants in the philippines? Not how long case was pending(waiting time of priority date to become current) but time between petition applied and approved. 

 

I am curious to know if there are cases that got approved after 20plus years. Thank you.

There are cases both above and below the 20 year mark that got approved. But the timeline is growing. It is taking 20+ years currently. In 10 years it may be close to 30.

 

Not to mention, there is talk that the sibling category may be eliminated in the future.


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49 minutes ago, Markuz said:

How long does petitions under f4 visa(brothers and sisters of us citizens) get approved for applicants in the philippines? Not how long case was pending(waiting time of priority date to become current) but time between petition applied and approved. 

 

I am curious to know if there are cases that got approved after 20plus years. Thank you.

I know from personal experience with a coworker it was 18 years and that was 2 years ago. It was so long that when her sister and nephew came here they were asking me questions about him having to sign up for the draft. 

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21 hours ago, SusieQQQ said:

I think OP was asking if there are cases where  actual approval time was 20 years or so.. I guess asking because of CSPA?

Yes.im curious if nvc checks derivative info before adding and letting them to be scheduled for an interview. 

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