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Family Related Visas: Fiancé; Spouses; and Children of U.S. Citizens or Legal Permanent Residents (LPR)
K-1 Visas (Fiancé(e)s)
- A Fiancé of U.S. citizen
- Seeks to enter U.S. solely to conclude a valid marriage with petitioner
- Marry within 90 days after entry into the United States
- Minor children of Fiancés can accompany them (K-2 Visa)
K-3 Visas for Spouses of U.S. Citizens
- K-3 visas are for a person who has a valid marriage to a US Citizen
- The U.S. Citizen spouse has filed an I-130 petition
- Unmarried children need only establish that he or she is the child of a K-3 to be eligible for a K-4 visa
Political asylum in the United States
- Asylum in the United States relates to persons coming to the United States after fleeing persecution in their homeland. Asylum entails the application of numerous complex statutes and regulations. It is important to work with a competent and experienced immigration attorney to help you navigate through this difficult process.
Visas for business personnel
- H1B employment visas are available to those in a specialty occupation, coming temporarily for work in the United States. The Employer or Agent files form I-129. The employee should have documentation of degrees, experience, written contracts, educational evaluations, licenses, and verifiable credentials.
Extraordinary Ability / Extraordinary Achievement
- Extraordinary ability in science, education, business or athletics – requires a level of expertise indicating that the person is one of the small percentage who have arisen to the very top of the field of endeavor.
Extraordinary ability in the Arts requires “distinction” which is defined as “a high level of achievement in the field of arts evidenced by a degree of skill and recognition substantially above that ordinarily encountered. USCIS describes “extraordinary ability” as “distinction” and “prominence” as in “renowned, leading, or well-known” in the field.
STUDENT AND TRAINEE VISA
We are ready to guide you through your visa process to come to the United States as a student and trainee.
ACADEMIC STUDENTS (F VISA)
The F visa requires a bona fide student who qualifies to pursue a full course of study in the United States, by having sufficient financial support, be accepted into a school (present a SEVIS I-20), have sufficient academic credentials to attend a particular institution, and be prepared to maintain a full course of study. These are only a few of the requirements/qualifications for students seeking to study in the United States.
VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN ACT (VAWA) PETITIONERS
The spouse or child of a United States citizen or the parent of a citizen, who is battered or subject to extreme cruelty may file a self-petition independently of the abusive spouse.
LAW ENFORCEMENT VISAS (S, T, U)
S-1 VISA (Witnesses)
Person in possession of critical reliable information concerning a criminal organization or enterprise who is willing to supply or has supplied each information to federal or state law enforcement authorities (police, or Federal Bureau of Investigation / FBI) or court and whose presence in the U.S. is essential or necessary to the success of an authorized criminal investigation or prosecution.
S-2 VISA (Witnesses)
Person who is in possession of critical reliable information concerning a terrorist organization, enterprise or operation; will or has been placed in danger as a result of providing such information and is eligible to receive an award under 22 U.S.C. section 2708(a).
T VISA (Trafficking Victims)
A person who has been subject to severe trafficking by use of force, fraud, or coercion for sex trafficking and/or involuntary servitude.
U VISA (CRIME VICTIMS)
Those who have suffered substantial physical or mental abuse as a result of having been a victim of “qualifying criminal activity;” possess credible and reliable information establishing that he or she has knowledge of the details concerning the criminal activity; who have been helpful to a certifying agency in the investigation or prosecution of the criminal activity.
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