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ANSWER: No, that is not right. You are not covered by the CSPA. The CSPA says that, if you aged out, you can subtract the amount of time it took for the I-730 to be processed, and subtract that from your current age. If the result is under 21, then you can file as a child. In this case, if it did not take 6 years for the I-730 to be processed, then the CSPA does not protect you.
The CSPA does not cover you in this case because you were past the age of 21 when the green card became available, and it did not take 6 years fo the I-730 to be processed. It is not as simple as the age you were when it was filed.
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