About K-2 Fiancé's
the K-2 Fiancé's Child Visa Do?
A K-2 fiancé's children visa allows a fiancé's child to travel to the US for the purpose of accompanying their parent who is getting married on a K-1 fiancé visa. The K-2 child will then be eligible to apply for a green card through adjustment of status after the marriage of their parent is complete. The green card can lead to eventual citizenship for the K-2 child.
A K-2 fiancé's child does not need to accompany their parent on their trip to the US. In fact, a K-2 visa can be issued up to 1 year after the K-1 visa is issued, even if the parent has already been married and acquired a green card.
In order to qualify for a K-2 visa, the applicant must be the child of a K-1 visa beneficiary, unmarried, and under 21 years of age. They must also be included in the I-129F petition that the US citizen fiancé files for their K-1 parent.
How Do I Qualify?
We understand how essential it is for a child to be able to travel with their parents. Thus, we fully integrate the K-2 visa process into the K-1 process, ensuring no delay in the child's application.
We will complete the I-129F petition and gather all of the supporting evidence.
We will follow up with USCIS and the National Visa Center (NVC) to ensure your petition is approved as soon as possible.
Upon approval of the petition, we will prepare the DS-160 and Form I-134 (if necessary) for you, guide you through the medical exam process, and help you gather all of the required supporting documentation to establish the parent-child relationship between the K-1 and K-2 applicants.
Finally, we will prepare you for your interview at the US embassy where you are applying.
After your parent is in the US and married, we can get your green card through the adjustment of status (AOS) process so you can begin working and traveling as soon as possible. Read more about adjustment of status here.