Nonimmigrant K-3 visas
Understand Your Options for Family-based Immigration
If you need to bring the noncitizen spouse of a United States citizen into the U.S., you’ll usually have two choices: apply for permanent residence as an immediate relative, or file for a nonimmigrant K-3 visa. The choice involves a trade-off between the longer waiting period often necessary to obtain the green card and the faster entry available for temporary residence under the K-3 visa.
Expanding Your Alternatives for Reuniting Spouses in the U.S.
At Immigration Attorney Rupal Parikh Aristimuno, our lawyers understand that faster entry can be the more important consideration for many families. We can advise you about the best options for your family based on your specific circumstances, your immediate goals, and your long-term immigration objectives. Contact Attorney Rupal in Montclair, NJ for additional information.
When fast action is especially important, the K-3 nonimmigrant marriage visa will represent an option worth serious consideration. Once your spouse has entered the U.S. under a K-3 visa, you can pursue permanent residence and a green card through the adjustment of status process.
Not only does the K-3 visa allow entry for the lawful spouses of U.S. citizens, it can also open the door toward complete reunification of your family. An unmarried child under 21 whose noncitizen parent holds a K-3 visa will normally be eligible for entry under a K-4 nonimmigrant visa.
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