(1)I Am A Green Card Holder Of Us.
(2)My Son From India .
(3)He Was 19 Years Old from India
(4) Can He eligible For Child Status Protection Act
(5) Give Some Information For Eligibility Of Child Status Protection Act.....
The CSPA calculation can only be performed when the priority date becomes current. It only freezes the age then and only if, after the calculation is performed, it is under 21, and only freezes it for one year.
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Given the facts presented, he is eligible. If you want more facts regarding CSPA, Google it.
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Nothing freezes. You only get to subtract the time I-130 was pending - from filed to approved- from the age fo the child at the time priority becomes current. Then you will have a year to seek adjustment or immigrant visa provided that the adjusted age lands the child still under 21.
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CSPA calculation starts after I-130 is filed and approved. Not sure about the stage of your application but CSPA calculations are complex. You mat benefit from a consultation. BEST Wishes!
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