Eligibility and Approval Process for a K-3 Nonimmigrant Visa
Representation from Our Dallas Immigration Lawyer
In order to obtain a K-3 visa, a petition for alien relative (form I-130) must first be filed and submitted to a U.S Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) “lockbox” on behalf of the foreign spouse. Once the document is received, the USCIS will send a form I-797, notice of action.
Eligible children of K-3 applicants may receive a K-4 visa when the child is
- Under the age of 21, and
- Listed on the parent K-3 Visa.
Applicants may then be given an interview with the U.S Embassy or consulate with further instructions on the completion of required processes such as medical reviews and administrative processing.
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Required documentation and processes include:
- Form DS-160, Nonimmigrant Visa Application
- A valid passport for U.S travel
- Evidence of financial support
- Medical examination
- Birth Certificate
- Marriage certificate
- Payment of fees
Compassionate Family Visa Attorneys in Dallas
At Akula & Associates, P.C., we understand that issues of immigration can be tremendously complex and our team is here to help you and your family in any way we can. Our lead attorney, Kavitha Akula, has experienced the immigration process first-hand and understands what you are going through. With more than 20 years of experience, our firm is equipped to handle the most complex of cases and will work tirelessly to see that your family achieves its goals.
Questions on K-3 Visas or immigration law? Contact our firm today and learn the answers.