I'm in f2 visa, my husband is in f1 visa. But I'm not living with him. I'm living in different state
Living in a different state than the F1 should have no impact on eligibility for a drivers license.
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Although this shouldn't impact on the DL .. .you need to be prepared to explain to CIS why you 2 aren't living together.
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