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Yes, they are eligible for the visa. Congress recognized that many children were aging out due to large USCIS processing backlogs, so it enacted the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) to protect certain children from aging out. The CSPA went into effect on August 6, 2002. CSPA does not change the definition of a child. Instead, CSPA provides ...


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I was thinking of choosing other sponsor and writing my name over there but just not sure if that will confuse the visa officer. The "other sponsor" option is the only one that makes sense, and visa officers must surely see such applications all the time. I don't think it will confuse the officer in the least, and there really isn't anything else you can ...


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A non-EU citizen who is the spouse of an EU citizen enjoys freedom of movement under Directive 2004/38/EC when present in an EU or Schengen country other than the country of the spouse's citizenship. So in this scenario, it is not necessary to leave Germany, and no residence permit is required, but rather a residence card issued under Article 10 of the ...


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Finally someone re-posted the original English which had enough citation info to find the ruling. It might be tricky to claim this ruling for the situation in my first paragraph because this case was an appeal for a visa denial that was not based on working remotely. It was based on the Moscow consulate’s suspicion that the applicants’ income claims were ...


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