to Ask USCIS to Expedite
Processing the Age-Out Form I-485 Application?
My family's Form I-485 Green Card application in still pending, but my son will turn 21 years of age next year. How to ask USCIS to expedite to process of age-out case?
The backlog of Green Card applications for adjustment of status and applications for immigration visas in consular processing makes otherwise eligible applicants miss an opportunity to adjust due to "age-out" issues. Therefore, USCIS haa implemented a policy of allowing individuals who are about to age-out to have their cases expedited.
The applicants are going to age out must take steps to inform the USCIS or U.S. overseas consulates, and ask for expedited processing of the applications. Otherwise, they risk losing the benefit they are seeking.
A child applicant or beneficiary, who is seeking adjustment of status or applying for immigration visa and who will turn 21 years of age within the next 20 months, usually must do the following to expedite their petitions:
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