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    hello guest r and ever body
    guestR who told you that parents must apply
    for there childerns after they enter to usa,
    is it written in cspa that parents must apply
    for there childerns you are totally wrong
    see it will automattically converted,
    once child age is more than 21 year old after minusing the i-130 pending he will move to apporiate category(like F2A or F2B) and retain
    his parent priority date this will be done automatically not manually, see dos cable they have not mentioned any where that parent must apply for there childerns after getting green card, they mentioned that it will be done automatically ,before my interview
    i disscused nearly 45 minutes with visa officer
    about retention of priority and how it will work,
    but he is simply watching what i am telling to him,he didnt replayed anything to me, that time i thought what i had spoked to him had become waste
    visa officer told me to wait 1 hour to schedule my interview till that i thought my daughter is not eligible,at the time of interview only i came to know that my daughter is eligible,i think what
    i had explained about of retention of priority
    to visa officer had helped my daughter to get visa,any people who are asking there childern
    eligibility in consulate by phone,fax,mail, or one
    who is going for interview in coming days,
    please dont ask only your childern eligibility,
    explain retention of priority clearly in mail ,fax or in interview,visa officer is the
    person who will give visa to your childern,
    cspa allready enacted from aug6,state department
    has given full rights to visa officer with aldac1
    (cspa),whenever you ask for your childen eligiblity please mention retention of priority,
    this as what i have done,i dont wont to mis guide the people in this stage,other than this i dont know how to help all of you,i pray in god that as early as possible your childerns will get visa
    have a nice day god bless america
    mandeep patel

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    hello guest r and ever body
    guestR who told you that parents must apply
    for there childerns after they enter to usa,
    is it written in cspa that parents must apply
    for there childerns you are totally wrong
    see it will automattically converted,
    once child age is more than 21 year old after minusing the i-130 pending he will move to apporiate category(like F2A or F2B) and retain
    his parent priority date this will be done automatically not manually, see dos cable they have not mentioned any where that parent must apply for there childerns after getting green card, they mentioned that it will be done automatically ,before my interview
    i disscused nearly 45 minutes with visa officer
    about retention of priority and how it will work,
    but he is simply watching what i am telling to him,he didnt replayed anything to me, that time i thought what i had spoked to him had become waste
    visa officer told me to wait 1 hour to schedule my interview till that i thought my daughter is not eligible,at the time of interview only i came to know that my daughter is eligible,i think what
    i had explained about of retention of priority
    to visa officer had helped my daughter to get visa,any people who are asking there childern
    eligibility in consulate by phone,fax,mail, or one
    who is going for interview in coming days,
    please dont ask only your childern eligibility,
    explain retention of priority clearly in mail ,fax or in interview,visa officer is the
    person who will give visa to your childern,
    cspa allready enacted from aug6,state department
    has given full rights to visa officer with aldac1
    (cspa),whenever you ask for your childen eligiblity please mention retention of priority,
    this as what i have done,i dont wont to mis guide the people in this stage,other than this i dont know how to help all of you,i pray in god that as early as possible your childerns will get visa
    have a nice day god bless america
    mandeep patel

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    • #3
      Can you be more specific please? Your daughter is eligible for the retention of priority? Does it mean that she can start filing I-485, or can she get the green card with you at the same time (assuming your priority date is earlier than the current priority date of the new category)? Thanks!

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      • #4
        hey guys ,what mandeep patel told is right,
        because easy_ cspa first got his letter
        without his childerns names in the letter sent by nvc,when he sent back to include his age out childerns he mentioned retention of priority
        in all letter sent state department,nvc,
        then he got there names ,so mentioning retetion
        will help us,we should ask retetention every where
        thanks mandeep i can undrestand your problem,
        ok ,be touch with us ,

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        • #5
          BHAI AUR BEHANA (PRESIDENT,EASY_CSPA, SUNIL, MANDEEP PATEL, NAIK, GUEST R AND ETC)


          CSPA IS NOT USEFUL FOR FOREIGNERS.
          THIS ACT IS BROUGHT MAINLY FOR US CITIZEN CHILDRENS. ITS BECAUSE OF US SENATOR THEY INCLUDED PERMANENT RESIDENTS AND ALIENS.

          MEIN BOL THA HOON
          IS CHAKKAR CHODO AUR KAAM KARO.

          CSPA MURDABAD

          MURDE WALE KI BATH CHOD KAR KOHI NAHI VICHAAR KARO.

          BEKAR CSPA

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          • #6
            Hello Mandeep Patel,

            First of all my heartily congratulations to you and your family....

            Here is my case; I hope you will able to advise me a little bit!.

            Our category is F4 and my wife's brother filled the petition, our priority date was 1990 December. This became current on September - October of 2002,

            Now in this my elder son who's age is 23; had his name in the DS230 Visa Processing Visa Fee Bill as "Traveling Applicant", as we have send the DS230 Part I to NVC in Dec - 2002, so according to you when the NVC will send the Complete Packet to Consulate (when did u received the information from it, approx. how much months it would take to come to local consulate?)

            As my elder's son would turn 24 this July!. My elder son comes under F2B?

            What Special Request you made at consulate? Can you please tell?

            When you went for interview - you had discussion of "Retention of Priority Date" under CSPA - can you please tell what did you told to visa officer or can u please specify the points under "Retention of Priority Date" CSPA?

            What is I - 130? when it is used?

            In which consulate you went - Mumbai, Delhi, Madras, Calcutta?

            If you think that any information which you do not want to disclose; then you can mail me at: pulin202@hotmail.com

            I hope you will answer all my quaries, as I am really confused about CSPA!

            Banatwala

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            • #7
              BEKAR CSPA:

              I am disappointed at your negative attitude. The law has been passed and legal matters take time in India, USA and every where else in the legal world.

              This Murdabad business is precisely why India is in current situation. Just because things are not going at your pace, you have resoted to this attitude. Please drop this "Narebaji" and "gherao" mentality. It is negative and does not help the matter.

              Let the matters take their own course. If the CSPA does not do what it is intended to do, then we here in USA alone can lobby and change the law. Your "Narebaji" cannot change the law.

              I wish you the very best.

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              • #8
                Hi,

                my uncle (U.S citizen) field a petetion in the behalf of my mother in 1998 (which is now going to be current date) via f4 category.at that time my age was 12 years.Now i am 22 years and 6 months old.I am a single female recently have done MSC (Statistics) from University of the Punjab (Pakistan).

                my question is that is there any fast way to go with my parents?

                because i will be all alone in Pakistan..

                please let me know the best way to go U.S asap..



                Regards



                Amna

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                • #9
                  Amna, you are out of luck. Best bet is H1B.

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                  • #10
                    Hi Amna and welcome,

                    21 for immigration purpose is calculated according a to a formula and is not the same as turning 21 y/o.

                    You need to find out how long was I-130 pending ( approval date - pripority date ), and then you can subtract those moths/years from your age at the time PD becomes current.

                    So, if I-130 was pending for 5 years, you can be 24 (24-5 < 21)at the time PD is current and still be considered under 21 for immigration purpose.


                    would be better if you started your own thread

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                    • #11
                      My uncle is an USA citizen. He applied petition of F4 VISA for my mom (my uncle's sister). The priority date was April 2000 & that time I was 16 years old. Now on April 2010 the priority date is available/current but I am 26 years old now. According to F4 visa, sister of american citizen & their under 21 years aged children are eligible for F4 VISA. My question is am I eligible to go USA with my mom. I heard a rule of CSPA act. Does it apply in my case? If so how? plz help

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                      • #12
                        <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Rumi:
                        My uncle is an USA citizen. He applied petition of F4 VISA for my mom (my uncle's sister). The priority date was April 2000 & that time I was 16 years old. Now on April 2010 the priority date is available/current but I am 26 years old now. According to F4 visa, sister of american citizen & their under 21 years aged children are eligible for F4 VISA. My question is am I eligible to go USA with my mom. I heard a rule of CSPA act. Does it apply in my case? If so how? plz help </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

                        You've aged out. You'll need for your mom to petition for you once she's a citizen. Good luck.

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                        • #13
                          <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Rumi:
                          My uncle is an USA citizen. He applied petition of F4 VISA for my mom (my uncle's sister). The priority date was April 2000 & that time I was 16 years old. Now on April 2010 the priority date is available/current but I am 26 years old now. According to F4 visa, sister of american citizen & their under 21 years aged children are eligible for F4 VISA. My question is am I eligible to go USA with my mom. I heard a rule of CSPA act. Does it apply in my case? If so how? plz help </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

                          Very good thread searching skills for someone who appears to be posting for the first time ever.

                          Use some of that skill and go help yourself.
                          Google should be a good place to start.
                          http://www.anbsoft.com/images/usflag_med.jpg

                          "...I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should 'make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibit

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                          • #14
                            When was the I-130 petition approved? If it was pending more than 5 or 6 years, you may be eligible for CSPA protection.

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                            • #15
                              Mrs. Mani, thanks for the reply. I think you r very gentle & helpful person. Actually I don't know when the petition was approved. My uncle also does not know the approval date. My uncle knows only he applied for my mom on 2000. In April 2002 my mom got a letter from NVC mentioning a case number that her petition has been filed. But in that letter NVC didn't mention anything about approving of petition, they just mentioned a case number & a priority date which is April 2000. Can you plz tell me how can I know about the approval date?

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