K-1 / K-3 Visa for Fiancées/Spouses

K-1 & K-3 Visa Attorney in Evanston

Are You a Fiancée of a U.S. Citizen?

If you’re a U.S. citizen engaged to someone without citizenship, the last thing you want is to navigate a complicated visa process while planning a wedding. Unfortunately, tackling both at the same time may be necessary. To live with your new spouse in the U.S., you’ll need to initiate a petition for them to become a legal resident. Luckily, there exists a special K-1 visa that’s applicable to people who intend to marry a U.S. citizen.

The K-1 and K-3 visa attorney in Evanston at Takhsh Law P.C. can help if you’re a U.S. citizen and engaged to someone who’s not. Attorney Alen Takhsh has helped other couples realize their dreams for life together in the U.S. and can walk you through the K-1 visa petition process to help ease your concerns.

Bear in mind that if you or your loved one are issued a K-1 visa, you must marry within 90 days. After you marry, this visa is only valid for six months from the time it was originally issued, and you are permitted only one entry into the U.S. Does your betrothed have children that aren’t related to you or another U.S. citizen? Filing a K-2 application allows children, referred to as “derivative beneficiaries,” to accompany them into the U.S.

If you’re a foreign-born fiancée to a U.S. citizen, Takhsh Law P.C. can help. Contact attorney Alen Takhsh online or call (312) 561-3735 for help with your K-1 visa application.

Reuniting Spouses by Offering K-3 Visa Assistance

While K-1 visas are reserved for people who intend to marry a U.S. citizen, K-3 visas can help existing spouses live together in the U.S. when one is already a citizen. If you were married in a foreign country and later became a U.S. citizen, Takhsh Law P.C. can help you reunite with your spouse by offering guidance throughout your K-3 visa application process.

As many as three entries into the U.S. are permitted under a K-3 visa, which is valid for two years. If you and your foreign-born spouse have children, they can also be brought inside the U.S. In this case, a K-4 visa is issued.

Key Similarities between K-1 & K-3 Visas

If the major difference between a K-1 and K-3 visa is drawn by whether or not you’re already married to a U.S. citizen, the major similarity is that both allow you to live in the U.S. with the one you love most. A K-1 and K-3 visa attorney in Evanston like attorney Alen Takhsh can help you understand more about the ins and outs of these visas.

K-1 and K-3 visas also have the following in common:

  • Both allow holders to adjust their status and become permanent residents
  • Both may issue a conditional Green Card first and allow for a petition to remove these conditions
  • Both permit holders the ability to bring children with them
  • Both allow holders to work with proper documentation

If you’re a U.S. citizen and hoping to begin a new marriage or continue your existing marriage while living in the U.S., contact the K-1 and K-3 visaattorney in Evanston at Takhsh Law P.C. for help today.

Why Choose Takhsh Law P.C.?

  • Experience

    Attorney Takhsh has more than a decade of experience as an advocate of immigrants' rights.

  • Skill

    Attorney Takhsh has been in your shoes and achieved success. His goal is to help you reach your mountaintop.

  • Compassion

    Rarely will you find an attorney who truly cares. Attorney Takhsh will treat your case as his own.

  • Communication

    If you are hiring Attorney Takhsh. You are getting him and no one else. He will see you through to the end.

  • 2017 Member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Avvo Clients Choice Award 2016
  • Avvo Rated 10.0 Top Attorney
  • Rated by Super lawyers

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