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  1. thousandarms

    thousandarms New Member

    Hi! my parents petitioned my brother and I at the same time, however, he got his mail today containing a welcoming note and it says that he will receive his permanent residence card soon. Seeing that, i went into a frustration thinking that my parents did something wrong on my petition. I checked on the immigration website and it is on "REQUEST FOR EVIDENCE" state. and i don't remember receiving one. I am so confused on why is my brother got his mail first. Usually we both receive immigration mail at the same time. We already had our bio metrics taken. and oh, hes 15 yrs old and i am currently 19 yrs old. is this normal? or did my parents did something wrong? does my current age affect the petition? thank you!

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