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About K Visa

The K visa is a series of visa applications based on the residence status of relatives. They are K-1 Fiancé(e) visa, K-2 Dependent of Fiancé(e) visa, and K-3 Spouse visa.

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K Visa Sub K-1 ↗

The K-1 Visa is a non-immigrant visa designed for the foreign-citizen fiancé(e) of a US citizen who is outside of the US. Please note that K-1 is a visa service, therefore the application is not only to be submitted to the USCIS, but also to the US Embassy or...

The K-1 Visa is a non-immigrant visa designed for the foreign-citizen fiancé(e) of a US citizen who is outside of the US. Please note that K-1 is a visa service, therefore the application is not only to be submitted to the USCIS, but also to the US Embassy or Consulate in the country where the fiancé(e) resides. The purpose of the K-1 Visa is for the foreign-citizen fiancé(e) to travel to the US and marry their US citizen sponsor within 90 days of arrival; therefore, holders of the K-1 Visa are prohibited from studying or working in the US. After marriage, as the spouse of a US citizen, you may then apply for adjustment of status to a permanent resident (LPR) with USCIS and start a happy and prosperous new life in the US.
Due to frequent cases of fake marriage arrangements, USCIS requires the applicants to provide evidence such as photographs and other proof to show that the relationship with the fiancé(e) is genuine, and that the US citizen sponsor and the fiancé(e) must have met in person within the last two years of the submission of visa application (unless it is contrary in the US citizen sponsor’s or foreign-citizen fiancé(e)’s culture to meet before marriage).
After you or your fiancé(e) satisfy the requirements of K-1 Visa, eligible unmarried children of the K-1 Visa holder can then apply for K-2 Visa to come to the US to reunify with the family. Please click on corresponding modules for more specific information on K-2 Visa.
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K Visa Sub K-2 ↗

"After talking about K-1 Visa, let’s talk about K-2. K-2 Visas are non-immigrant visas designed for the unmarried children (below 21 years of age) of the foreign-citizen fiancé(e) to come to the US for family reunification. As a humanitarian country, the U...

"After talking about K-1 Visa, let’s talk about K-2.
K-2 Visas are non-immigrant visas designed for the unmarried children (below 21 years of age) of the foreign-citizen fiancé(e) to come to the US for family reunification. As a humanitarian country, the US provides K-2 Visa to avoid family separation by allowing the children of K-1 Visa holders to come and live in the US with their K-1 Visa holder parents, as they wait for the K-1 Visa holder and the US citizen sponsor to get married. After the marriage between the K-1 parent and the US citizen sponsor, the K-2 Visa holder can then apply for adjustment of status to obtain Green Card and reunite with the family. "
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K Visa Sub K-3 ↗

"The K-3 Visa is a non-immigrant visa granted to married spouses of US citizens; it allows the spouses of US citizens to stay in the US with their loved ones while applying for adjustment to permanent residence. The requisite to the K-3 visa application is tha...

"The K-3 Visa is a non-immigrant visa granted to married spouses of US citizens; it allows the spouses of US citizens to stay in the US with their loved ones while applying for adjustment to permanent residence. The requisite to the K-3 visa application is that the US citizen has filed the I-130 family immigration application for their spouse, then during the review period by the USCIS, the K-3 visa allows the spouse to stay in the US with their partner until the I-130 has been approved; this not only greatly reduce the time of separation between the married couple, but also manifests the spirit of American humanitarianism. The K-3 Visa per se does not offer employment authorization, but its holders can obtain the opportunity to work in the US by applying for a work permit. During the validity of the K-3 Visa, its holders enjoy the conveniency of the right of multiple exit and entry into the US.
There has been much confusion surrounding K-3 and CR-1 visas, but how do they differ? Click on the corresponding module for more specific information. "
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