Geygan & Geygan, Ltd. offers full immigration services including spouse’s child visa (K-4) services. In other words, we represent United States citizens in bringing the children of their spouse to the United States. This means we represent good people just like you throughout the United States and through U.S. embassies throughout the world. The child visa allows your spouse’s children to enter the United States.
There are significant benefits to Geygan & Geygan, Ltd. helping you to obtain a child visa.
The child visa is typically the easiest way to obtain a visa. If your spouse’s child is granted a child visa, the child is able to enter the United States to live with you.
Geygan & Geygan, Ltd. can help you bring your spouse’s children to the United States.
Geygan & Geygan, Ltd. can help you bring your spouse’s children to the United States by filing a K-4 visa application on your behalf. When the process is completed, your spouse’s children may enter the United States.
The child (K-4) visa has requirements and, if granted, permits your spouse’s children to reside with you.
To the extent possible under law, the Geygan & Geygan, Ltd. immigration attorneys will help you and your spouse’s children to meet the K-4 visa requirements. Note that the K-4 visa is a non-immigrant visa but it can usually be granted within a few months. It must be filed in conjunction with a K-3 visa to bring your spouse to the United States.
- You must be a United States citizen and be age 18 or older.
- You must have U.S. residence.
- You must meet or exceed certain income criteria to prove that you can support your spouse’s children (i.e. 125% above the poverty line).
- Your spouse’s children must be under the age of 21.
- Your spouse’s children must be unmarried
- We will file the K-4 visa petition with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS.) This petition is filed in the country where you were married through the U.S. Embassy or Consular.
- The children must be listed on the I-129F petition for the spouse and approved by the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS) office in the United States.
- If approved, your spouse’s children will be permitted to enter the United States and await approval of the I-130 petition by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) or the availability of an immigrant visa.
Where to get help
Unsure of how to move forward?
Want to bring your spouse’s children to the United States? We can guide you through the maze of immigration matters and procedures, selecting the best path for your immigration, including the child visa.
Immigration is a very specialized area of law; so, be sure your attorney focuses his practice on immigration and protecting your legal rights.
We focus our practice on immigration law and you can reach us at 513-793-6555 or Thomasjr@geygan.com.
We will gently walk you through the immigration issues and aggressively fight for your legal rights.
Call Geygan & Geygan today: 513-793-6555.
If you would like us to send you information specifically on Family Based Immigration please click the “green card” below and fill out the form. We will confirm your request with you and send you information about eligibility, filing fees and processing times.