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I applied for my I130 when I was 20 years old (born on January 3rd 1998) and my PD is January 18th 2018 under the F2A category.
However, it seems like I should be safe from aging out considering my case hasnt still been approved by USCIS but has been transferred to another USCIS office on July 8th 2019 (we filed in California). Thing is, someone told my parents that cases are taking 4 years to be approved in cases like mine, but is that person talking about the USCIS approval processing time, or did she just believe I aged out ?.
TL;DR am I looking to age-out once my case gets approved? and what's the average time for my case to be approved ?
Thank you kindly!

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