Global Allianz Immigration consultants will prepare and file all the required forms and documents for K-4 visa.
The K4 visa is a non-immigrant visa which allows the children of a K-3 spouse visa holder to enter into the U.S. and await the availability of an immigrant visa.
To qualify for K-4 visa, you must be:-
1. Less than 21 years old.
2. The unmarried child of a K-3 applicant.
3. Seeking to immigrate to the U.S.
Benefits of K-4 VISA
1. Can apply for the Work permit.
2. Can travel in and outside the USA.
3. Can study in the USA.
4. Reside in the U.S. with your family while waiting for the approval of your immigrant visa petition.
A child may be eligible for a K-4 visa if:
He or she is unmarried, under 21, and the child of a qualified K-3 non immigrant visa applicant.
Note: In order for a K-4 who is a step-child of a USC to immigrate as a relative of the USC step-parent (whether through adjustment of status in the United States or an immigrant visa abroad) the marriage between his or her parents and the USC must have occurred before his or her 18th birthday.
Before applying for a K-3 non immigrant visa, please read and understand the limitations of the K-3/K-4 non immigrant visa described below.
To obtain a K-3 non immigrant visa for your spouse, you (the U.S. citizen petitioner) must file two petitions with USCIS on his or her behalf.
Form I-130: First, file a Form I-130 on behalf of your non-citizen spouse. You will then receive a Form I-797, Notice of Action, indicating that USCIS has received the Form I-130. Note: Form I-130 does not need to be filed on behalf of the child of a K-3 beneficiary in order to obtain a K-4 visa. Form I-130 does, however, need to be filed on behalf of the child of a K-3 beneficiary in order for the child to be eligible for permanent resident status.
Form I-129F, Petition for Alien Fiancé (e): Next, file Form I-129F on behalf of your non-citizen spouse after filing Form I-130. Include a copy of the I-797, Notice of Action, indicating that USCIS has received your Form I-130, on behalf of your non-citizen spouse. There is no fee when filing a Form I-129F for a non-citizen spouse (K-3). If your non-citizen spouse has any minor children seeking K-4 non immigrant visas, they should be listed on the I-129F filed on your spouse’s behalf.