Completion Date Confusion

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My sponsored child’s completion date was 1/1/18 but my sponsorship with her has not ended. She is 22 years old and is from Haiti. When should I expect her to complete this program?
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Kasey Garlitz

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Posted 9 months ago

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Sarah Heacock Schreffler

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My sponsor child's completion date was originally 12-1-2018. Then it changed to 12-1-2017 and she was actually removed from my account mid-november.  It's a good question to ask. But they remove the child when they are notified that the child is gone from the project, and that is not always exactly on the projected completion date.
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Susan, Sponsor and Donor Relations, Social Media

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Kasey (and Sarah), I apologize for the confusion. Adolescents in our program must either complete our program within sixty days of their anticipated completion date or give an update on when they will be completing. The very latest completion date must be within twelve months of their 22nd birthday. We always notify supporters via a phone call or letter in the mail when their child has officially completed our program. At this point, we are just shy of sixty days since your child's anticipated completion date. If your child still has not officially completed by March 2nd, please let us know and we will check with our country office in Haiti to confirm when your child will be completing the program.
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