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You will be notified by the USCIS if your I-130 petition is approved or denied. If it is approved, your child, son or daughter will be notified by the Department of State when a visa number, if necessary, is available. If your child, son or daughter is outside the country, he or she (or the adult acting for him or her) must then go to the local U.S. consulate to complete visa processing. If your child, son or daughter is legally inside the U.S. when a visa number, if necessary, becomes available, he or she may then apply to adjust to Permanent Resident status.
If the Form I-130 visa petition you filed for your child, son or daughter is denied, the denial letter will tell you how to appeal, along with where and when you must file the appeal. After your appeal form and the required fee are processed, the appeal will be referred to the Board of Immigration Appeals.