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WASHINGTON (CNN) — The nephew of Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf was arrested in the United States on February 19 on a charge of having an expired visa, a spokesman for the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement told CNN.
He was released Friday but could be deported after a hearing before an immigration judge, the spokesman said.
The nephew, Amir Javed Musharraf, registered with immigration authorities February 19 as part of a Justice Department program requiring men from 25 countries, including Pakistan, to be interviewed and fingerprinted.
Musharraf, who was living in Memphis, Tennessee, had been in the United
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