Family and Fiancee Visas
Family visas are based on a relationship between an individual seeking admission to the U.S. and a current Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident. Some of the Visas are as follows:
- K-1 Visa: This visa is sought by an individual who is seeking to enter the U.S. for the purpose of getting married within 90 days of admission.
- K-2 Visa: This visa is obtained on behalf of the minor child of the K-1 visa holder.
- K-3 Visa: This visa is obtained for persons already married to a U.S. Citizen spouse who has filed an immediate relative immigrant petition, and the beneficiary seeks admission while awaiting its approval.
- V Visa: This visa is for individuals married to a Lawful permanent resident (or child of an LPR) who filed a family petition on his or her behalf before December 21, 2000, and the petition has been pending for three or more years.