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Filed: Country: Pakistan
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Hey guys how are you all?

I will make it simple

Our case is F1

My mother = Principal beneficiary

Me = Derivative Beneficiary

My brother = Derivative Beneficiary

We have to enter before April 2015 as per medical expiry and visa expiry date.

But my question is that i am 20 years old currently and birthday is in January, So in January I will be 21 years old.

So do I need to enter USA before my 21st birthday? Or is it ok to enter USA even after I have turned 21.

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Filed: Country: Pakistan
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I am 100% sure but you can email Islamabad embassy just to be on safe side(just the topic to others)

I did ask the interviewer and at first he had no clue but then he said there isn't any technical reason, you just need to enter before your visa and medical expires.

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