My aunt filed i-130 for my dad (brother) before April 2001 to benefit 245i and that was 10 yrs ago when I was 30 yr. old.
You would not have been a derivative of the petition, so you will not benefit from 245(i).
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I do not understand your question.
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You will not benefit from the petition your aunt filed for your father.
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you would not benefit.
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