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New USCIS policy may prevent EB-5 children from ‘aging out’

The agency’s new interpretation of the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) may allow the children of some EB-5 investors to become “frozen” in age earlier, which can help them preserve immigration benefits they would lose upon turning 21. Chart B of the Visa Bulletin may be used as a “date for filing” if USCIS is using Chart B to accept I-485 applications. If a child who was previously denied is now eligible under the new policy, the case may be reopened.   

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