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Im LPR. My daughter’s DOB 03/07/1997. Priority date Feb 6, 2017(which became current May 2019) Approval date 10/01/2018. She was able to submit DS 260, required documents and After paying visa and affidavit of support fees last Dec 2018 her category changed from F2A-F2B. They reconsider her case july 2019 under CSPA. She is now 20 yrs and 9 months using her cspa or adjusted age. Will her age freeze under CSPA? We are going back and forth turning in financial documents to NVC because there’s always mistakes on affidavit of support forms. Will her age freeze when visa became current? We don’t know when they’ll schedule her for an interview

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