apparently you didn't notice that I posted a link to your post in this thread.
His Beatitude Lyubomyr (Cardinal Huzar) is over 80 and therefore unable to vote in a conclave to elect a new pope. The general rule seems to be that an archbishop is not named cardinal if his cardinal predecessor is not just still living, but living and able to vote in a conclave. On that score, His Beatitude Svyatoslav (Shevchuk) would qualify for "elevation" to the cardinalate
His Beatitude, however, is still only 44 and arguably too young to become a cardinal (Pope St. John Paul II was 47 when he was made a cardinal). Also, there are those who think that the heads of Eastern Catholic Churches don't need to be "promoted" cardinals. Apparently, Patriarch Maximos IV only reluctantly accepted "elevation" to the cardinalate, and Patriarchs Maximos V and Gregory III have not been made cardinals.
It remains to be seen if His Beatitude Svyatoslav will be made a cardinal or not. If he is, it may be seen as a sign of respect for Eastern Catholicism. If he is not, paradoxically, it may be seen as a sign of respect for Eastern Catholicism too.