Asked 4 months ago - Kansas City, MOFlag
It looks like I can't catch a brake, my fathers sister filed an I-130 in 1997 the priority date is April 1997 but it seems i'm aged out now and they did't freeze my age so there goes that dream. And I would qualify for deferred action or a future dream act If I had proof that I was present in the U.S. for the past 5 years which i don't work or have any bills or anything of the sort, i'm 24 now and very heartbroken any advise?
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You may qualify for benefits under the Child Status Protection Act. We won a nationwide class action lawsuit in September. The Justice Department has until this Friday to challenge this decision in the US Supreme Court.
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