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  • CSPA Section 203(h)(3) Retention of Priority Date

    I have filed an Adjustment of Status in 2007 at the USCIS local service center here in Chicago, I was claiming Section 203(h)(3) of the Child Status Protection Act whereas I can retain my father's original priority date of 1982 (an F4 petition by his sister). At this time, I am awaiting for the decision. Anybody has similar case?

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    I have filed an Adjustment of Status in 2007 at the USCIS local service center here in Chicago, I was claiming Section 203(h)(3) of the Child Status Protection Act whereas I can retain my father's original priority date of 1982 (an F4 petition by his sister). At this time, I am awaiting for the decision. Anybody has similar case?

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    • #3
      ...just some useful reading in case you haven't seen it yet
      http://www.ilw.com/articles/2006,1005-patel.shtm

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      • #4
        Thanks a lot, but I already read this. I am really interested in knowing others who have the same CSPA case.

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          <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by jay2:
          Thanks a lot, but I already read this. I am really interested in knowing others who have the same CSPA case. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

          It seems the only way to get a resolution is to file a law suit.

          There are no final guidelines as yet for the cspa

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            It seems the only way to get a resolution is to file a law suit.

            There are no final guidelines as yet for the cspa[/QUOTE]

            Right, this I know, but there are also CSPA cases that had not gone to the court. I heard of some that were adjudicated at the local district offices and they've gotten green cards.

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            • #7
              Hello Jay2

              My daughter has a similar situation. She aged out but we all got the GC in May 2006.
              I had a question - in case you can help - she is on a student visa which is valid till May 2012. In case she files papers for AOS (I-485 ?) as you have done - then what happens?. We wait for them to accept it or reject it, she cannot travel outside of the US till a decision has been given, what else?
              And what happens if they reject it? Does she loose her student status?
              I dont want her to file for AOS if it affects her student status.

              Please - help!!!!


              Thanks
              Geeti

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