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Hello dear members, Hope you are doing well. My uncle filed a petition type I-130 for his sister (my mother) on July 23, 2007 and received a form I-797 (Notice of Action) with receipt date: July 30, 2007 , Priority date: 23 July 2007 and Notice date: November 27, 2009. It stated that the above petition has been approved. The priority date became Current in March 2020 Visa Bulletin. My Date of Birth is 27/02/1989. I am unmarried. Please help me get my CSPA age the most appropriate way. My age at the time of petition was: 18 Years 4 Months 26 Days. My age at the time my uncle received Notice of action was: 20 Years 9 Months 0 Days. My age on the first day of Visa Bulletin March 2020 when the priority date became current was: 31 Years 0 Months 03 Days. My name is not there in the applicant information on CEAC Website. My Mother, My Father and My Younger Sister are mentioned there. I want to ask: What in the next step. Please tell me if I can immigrate with my parents. It would be great if you tell me the bottomline. Thank you.
Hello All, I have a question, I originally applied for K3/K4 visa for my wife and step daughter using I-129. I also submitted an I-130 at the same time (required to submit both forms). The I-129 was not processed but the I-130 was. Fast forward 230 days, I received my NOA2 for the I-130 and the case was forwarded to the NVC for processing. After submitting the required documents and paying the required fees, I was informed that I would have to apply for my stepdaughter separately because there is no derivative status for step children when filing CR-1/IR-1. My question is, is there anything I can do to get my stepdaughter's Immigrant Visa expedited at the USCIS and the NVC so that my wife and stepdaughter can both interview and immigrate at the same time? My interview date is 06/26/19.