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Date of medical v. date of entry relevance

Date of medical v. date of entry relevance

Old Jun 3rd 2003, 11:57 pm
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Hi, again,

I had sponsored my parents in 2001. The interviews took place in July 2002. They got their medicals done in October. However, since my Mom and Dad are older, they are asking for too many tests. The tests have going on back and forth as of May. (Is there a procedure to complain for excessive tests?)

The real question is how late can they enter if immigration is granted. Based on my understanding, the applicant must enter within one year from the date of medical. Is this correct? If it is and they haven’t concluded the medicals yet, how would this work? Is there a way to extend the entry date?

Please someone advice.

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