You won't receive any paper from the NVC ... they transferred the file to the US Consul in Peru.
You should hire an immigration attorney and ask if CSPA applies to her case.
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The consular workers in Lima (most likely Peruvians themselves) were wrong, in that CSPA applies to your daughter's petition, with her age having been "frozen" at the time of you having filed the I-130 petition on her behalf. According to the law she has NOT aged out! Hire an immigration lawyer to properly deal with Lima and ask them to apply the law to this case.
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Here age may have been "frozen" under the Child Status Protection Act. Hire an experienced immigration to help you with this matter.
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