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I’ve started a petition for my brother on behalf of my mother, who is a USC however we listed his children as derivatives on the application. One of his children were below 21 when we started the process so I was wondering what are the chances of that child being able to change from follow to accompany due to the CPSA act. Add info provided. 

 

dob: 09/25/1997

Priority date: 25/02/2012

approval date: 07/01/2018

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15 hours ago, GodsPlan said:

I’ve started a petition for my brother on behalf of my mother, who is a USC however we listed his children as derivatives on the application. One of his children were below 21 when we started the process so I was wondering what are the chances of that child being able to change from follow to accompany due to the CPSA act. Add info provided. 

 

dob: 09/25/1997

Priority date: 25/02/2012

approval date: 07/01/2018

Your first data is mmddyyyy, the second ddmmyyyyy, can you clarify what the third is?

assuming it’s July 1 2018, the PD needs to be current by January 2025 for the child to be protected.

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3 hours ago, SusieQQQ said:

Your first data is mmddyyyy, the second ddmmyyyyy, can you clarify what the third is?

assuming it’s July 1 2018, the PD needs to be current by January 2025 for the child to be protected.

Apologies but July 1st is correct.

Corrected info: 

dob: 09/25/1997

PD: 02/25/2012

Approval: 01/07/2018

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