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    I missed my VISA under F4, which my aunt had petioned 1985. my
    parents got visa and they are in US. I am the only son for my
    parents. my parents have applied for me under F2B category which will
    take 8.7 years and the condition is i have to be un married till i
    get visa.

    Now i am 28 and by the time i get visa i will be 34. if i had got
    visa the first time under F4 I would be then 21 years and now it will
    be a wait of 12+10 years.

    so by the time my my aunt applied for my parents and me in 1985 till
    I get visa the WAIT period is 22 years!!!!!!

    Can anybody help me out . not only me also so many children like this.

    The CSPA did not help me because it is non-retroactive nature. They
    could have made the CSPA at least applicable to 10 years old cases.
    since cases older than 10 years would have taken other visa or their
    visa have become current. this is common sence and i request the law
    makers to think about the lives of the parents and children who are
    seperated due to this perticular case.

    I strongly believe that america people of intelligent people since my
    childhood and now i hope some body there would make this hard law
    smooth and make the american dream pleasent and make it come ture for
    me and for all who are left behind like me.

    Also some body advise me if I could get some other visa.

    i stongly beleive that F2B cases of 10 years old should be covered under CSPA(it should be made retroactive in nature at least limited in nature.)

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    I missed my VISA under F4, which my aunt had petioned 1985. my
    parents got visa and they are in US. I am the only son for my
    parents. my parents have applied for me under F2B category which will
    take 8.7 years and the condition is i have to be un married till i
    get visa.

    Now i am 28 and by the time i get visa i will be 34. if i had got
    visa the first time under F4 I would be then 21 years and now it will
    be a wait of 12+10 years.

    so by the time my my aunt applied for my parents and me in 1985 till
    I get visa the WAIT period is 22 years!!!!!!

    Can anybody help me out . not only me also so many children like this.

    The CSPA did not help me because it is non-retroactive nature. They
    could have made the CSPA at least applicable to 10 years old cases.
    since cases older than 10 years would have taken other visa or their
    visa have become current. this is common sence and i request the law
    makers to think about the lives of the parents and children who are
    seperated due to this perticular case.

    I strongly believe that america people of intelligent people since my
    childhood and now i hope some body there would make this hard law
    smooth and make the american dream pleasent and make it come ture for
    me and for all who are left behind like me.

    Also some body advise me if I could get some other visa.

    i stongly beleive that F2B cases of 10 years old should be covered under CSPA(it should be made retroactive in nature at least limited in nature.)

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    • #3
      marry an american

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      • #4
        when will your parents become citizens? If they apply as citizens, things should go much quicker for you!

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        • #5
          Hi Spose,
          no my parents had deceided not to take citezenship.They have kept their permanent residency alive,by coming to usa every year.

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          • #6
            Ralhan ,
            Your parents need to be careful, if they come to the US only once a year to maintain their residency status. If the Immigration officers realize that at the port of entry; they will certainly be denied reentry to the US. Permanent resident means you reside in the US permanently. I went abroad for nine months, when I returned the officer told me he would let me in this time, but he was going to mark my passaport, and if I did it again, I would not be allowed in. He said that by staing out so long,it meant I was no longer a "Permanent Resident". Which of course I understood, at that time, I was not aware of a reentry permit.

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            • #7
              no everythime they applied for reentry visa and then came back.

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