What is a K-2 Visa?
If you are a K-1 Fiancé Visa beneficiary, you may be allowed to bring your dependent children with you to the U.S.
For this, you will need a K-2 Visa, also known as K2 Visa. This process allows your children to stay in the U.S. for two years, or until they reach the age of 21. To be eligible, your children must meet other requirements, such as being unmarried.
Under the immigration law of the U.S., stepchildren and biological children have the same rights, and both may be eligible for a K-2 Visa.
Your children may either immigrate at the same time as you or join you up to one year after your K-1 Visa has been issued.
If you hold a K-2 visa, you must get married to your U.S. fiancé within 90 days. After the marriage, your children can file a separate I-485 Application Form to register their permanent residence in the U.S.
K-2 Visa process and application help
At IAS, we understand the importance of being reunited with our families. Our immigration lawyers will spend an untimed session working with you to assess you and your children eligibility.
You lawyer will perform an in-depth document check for both you and your children. Your K-2 Visa application form will be completed in full to the highest standard, and you will have more chances to gain your Visa.
Contact us on +18144 290 6312 today or enquire online. We will provide you with the best consultation.