This visa is issued to a fiancé(e) of a U.S. citizen who seeks to enter the United States for the sole purpose of entering into a valid marriage with the petitioning U.S. citizen. The law requires that the marriage must take place within 90 days following the entry into the United States.
This classification is reserved for minor children of fiancés’. This visa is issued to the minor children to accompany the K-1 visa holder. Neither K-1 nor K-2 can change status in the United States or adjust their status to that of a lawful permanent resident based on grounds other than marriage to the K-1 petitioner. The law does not provide for any extensions of stay under these classifications.
This visa is issued to spouses of the U.S. citizens. An applicant seeking to enter the United States under this category must demonstrate that he or she has a valid marriage to a U.S. citizen, who has already filed a Petition for Alien Relative, and the beneficiary seeks to enter the U.S. to await approval of this petition.
This category is reserved for children of K-3. The child must be unmarried and under the age of 21. A child must establish that he or she is the child of a K-3 to receive a K-4 visa. There are many issues and complications that may arise during the process of obtaining either of the K visas. Please contact our office if you need additional information regarding “K” visa.
Contact Murat Berdyev, Esq., a New Jersey Immigration Attorney who possess the necessary skills and experience to help you navigate through the process of applying for a nonimmigrant visa. Please contact our office at (732) 596-1235 for an in-person consultation.