Child Status Protection Act (CSPA)
The Child Status Protection Act (hereafter referred to as “CSPA”) is a very important piece of legislation that was passed by Congress and signed into law by then President George W. Bush on August 06, 2002. Under the CSPA, a child who has turned 21 years old may still be considered a minor child for immigration purposes provided that certain requirements have been complied with. The law was created to provide relief to children who “aged-out” as a result of delays in the processing of visa petitions and applications by the Immigration and Naturalization Services (now U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services or USCIS).
The Law Offices of Eugene M. Palacios has one of the most successful track records in handling “aging-out” cases. Attorney Palacios has personally helped numerous children who have already turned 21 years old still come to the United States as minor children dependents of their parents pursuant to the provisions of the CSPA.
Let our knowledge, expertise, and experience n handling “aging-out” cases work in your favor. Call us now at 626 331 8188 and schedule your free initial office consultation.