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Forget about the £18,600. That only applies to people who do not benefit from the EU free movement system (nor from the EU Settlement Scheme that is replacing it). For an EEA family permit, as well as for an EUSS family permit, there is no need to prove any level of income. See https://www.gov.uk/family-permit. For an EUSS family permit, it does not appear ...


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The country of chargeability is generally the country of birth. The only exception that takes citizenship into account applies to people born in the US. See 8 USC 1152(b). Therefore, unless the brother was born in the US, he will be placed in the India queue. The sponsor's nationality does not matter, nor does the sponsor's country of chargeability under ...


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The current (Sep 2020) visa bulletin shows that for the F4 category for people born in India, visa numbers are currently available for priority dates (i.e. for I-130 filed) before March 8, 2005 (about 15.5 years ago). So if the wait remains the same in the future, you can expect a visa number to be available for your petition in about 2029 (though the wait ...


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