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Thread: Grandmother's Petition & Age-Out Law

  1. #1
    Guest
    Child Status Protection Eligibility and procedures

    DEar all,

    greetings from the philippines. my mom was petitioned by hermother whos an american citizen
    ( my grandmother ) under F3 visa last November 1988. I was 10 years old then. But April of this year we are already in the priority date but
    i already aged out, im 24 now but im still single. can i avail of the benefits of the child status protection law? they have paid already of
    the ins fees and are waiting for immigrant medical and interview. what can i do for me to be able to join them the time they migrate? are there
    procedures already to be done for me to avail of the law?

    and another thing i have another petition aside from the F3, we also have F4 petition by my moms uncle last 1982 when i was still 4 yrs old.

    pls advise me as to my right to avail of the law and the procedures that i need to do as soon as possible.

    am i entitled to avail of the benefits of the law?

    thanks,
    anthony

  2. #2
    Guest
    Child Status Protection Eligibility and procedures

    DEar all,

    greetings from the philippines. my mom was petitioned by hermother whos an american citizen
    ( my grandmother ) under F3 visa last November 1988. I was 10 years old then. But April of this year we are already in the priority date but
    i already aged out, im 24 now but im still single. can i avail of the benefits of the child status protection law? they have paid already of
    the ins fees and are waiting for immigrant medical and interview. what can i do for me to be able to join them the time they migrate? are there
    procedures already to be done for me to avail of the law?

    and another thing i have another petition aside from the F3, we also have F4 petition by my moms uncle last 1982 when i was still 4 yrs old.

    pls advise me as to my right to avail of the law and the procedures that i need to do as soon as possible.

    am i entitled to avail of the benefits of the law?

    thanks,
    anthony

  3. #3
    Guest
    Can anyone help us out there? I am a mother with a son who has aged-out, same case as antman23, the difference is that I was already granted an immigrant visa through my mother while they are still in the process Does antman23 stand a better chance?

    Thanks for your advice.

  4. #4
    Guest
    As you said your priority date is current and if you have the necessary documents,things can be work well.However, I would advise you though to get an immigration lawyer as much as possible in dealing with the US embassy Manila.You know how rude the local staff work, di ba kabayan ?

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