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Hi there, looks like my wife's family members got approved for a visa interview in Guangzhou, the date for interview is August 24th. One of the applicants is now 24 years old now she is the daughter of one of the US citizen's siblings, is that too old to be eligible to be approved for F-41 visa?

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4 minutes ago, purem4g1c said:

Hi there, looks like my wife's family members got approved for a visa interview in Guangzhou, the date for interview is August 24th. One of the applicants is now 24 years old now she is the daughter of one of the US citizen's siblings, is that too old to be eligible to be approved for F-41 visa?

No. F4 does not have an upper age limit, nor does it require the beneficiary to be unmarried 

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5 minutes ago, purem4g1c said:

Hi there, looks like my wife's family members got approved for a visa interview in Guangzhou, the date for interview is August 24th. One of the applicants is now 24 years old now she is the daughter of one of the US citizen's siblings, is that too old to be eligible to be approved for F-41 visa?

F-41 is for the primary beneficiary sibling.  The daughter of a sibling would be going after an F-43 visa.

Google "CSPA Calculator" and enter the dates.  

 

What's the daughter's birthday?

What's the PD?

When was the I-130 approved?

When did the PD become current?

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October 1994

 

filed for it on 09/25/2005

 

approved NOA 2 on april 16, 2019 (got the interview confirmation on July 22nd 2019)

 

i'm not sure what you mean by when did the PD become current? how would I find that out?

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16 minutes ago, purem4g1c said:

October 1994

 

filed for it on 09/25/2005

 

approved NOA 2 on april 16, 2019 (got the interview confirmation on July 22nd 2019)

 

i'm not sure what you mean by when did the PD become current? how would I find that out?

Highly doubt that the case was approved on April 16, 2019.  There's no way that it took 3 months to move to the NVC, have all documents be completed, and be scheduled for an interview.  You are confusing NVC processing with the I-130 approval date.  What's the first four numbers in their NVC case number?  It's the 4 numbers after GUZxxxx.

 

Based on a PD of 9/25/2005, their PD became current on Feb. 1, 2019 according to the monthly Visa Bulletin.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, purem4g1c said:

GUZ2010

 

Birthday: Oct 16, 1994
PD date: Oct 11, 2005
I believe USCIS approved the petition on 02/12/2019 lawyer didn't say when exactly.

Also not sure how to check the bulletin current date.

The approval date can not be 02/12/2019 when they have a NVC case number of 2010.

GUZ2010 means USCIS approved the I-130 in 2010.

 

Since you don't have the exact date of the approval, you can do a rough estimate using 1/1/2010 as the approval date.

 

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