Yes. Since the K-2 visa is valid for 6 months after issuance, the fiancé(e)’s children can enter the United States at any time prior to the expiration of the 6 month period.
FAQs about K -1 visa(s) and K-2 visa(s)
The K-2 visa is valid for 6 months after issuance, the same length of time as a K-1 visa. This means that the fiancé(e)’s children must enter the United States prior to the expiration of the 6 month period. The K-2 visa is valid for 1 entry only.
Yes. Since the K-2 visa is valid for 6 months after issuance, the fiancé(e)’s children can enter the United States at any time prior to the expiration of the 6 month period. However, in order to avoid lengthy delays, it is important that both the fiancé(e) and children process their permanent residence (‘green card’) application… Read More
Yes. The immigration regulations do not require a U.S. citizen to use the services of an attorney.
An experienced immigration attorney is well versed in the nuances of the visa process including petition and application preparation, responses to requests for evidence, documentation collection, government communication, consular interviews and advocacy. The attorney can successfully overcome possible issues by providing clients with solid advice based upon education and experience. If you are unsure as… Read More
CLG clients can verify the status of a case online at anytime. At the beginning of the process, CLG clients register with our website by selecting a username and password and creating an individual account. You can verify the status of your case by logging in to the client section of the Choquette Law website…. Read More
The K-1 visa, or fiancé(e) visa, is issued by the United States embassy or consulate in the fiancé(e)’s home country. K-1 visas are granted to the fiancé(e), so they can legally enter the United States with the intention of marriage to a U.S. Citizen. K-1 visas are not designed as visitor visas to be used… Read More
Both parties must be legally free to marry. The U.S. citizen and their fiancé(e) have a bona-fide intent to marry. The U.S. citizen can demonstrate an ability to financially support their fiancé(e) upon entry into the United States. The fiancé(e) has not committed certain crimes.
Upon receipt of the approved fiancé(e) petition, the United States embassy or consulate will contact the fiancé(e) and provide specific instructions regarding the K-1 (K-2 for minor children) visas. The instructions include a list of visa application forms to complete, the requirement to obtain a medical examination at a designated facility, the documentation required for… Read More
The United States embassy or consulate might deny the K-1 visa for a variety of reasons. From an administrative perspective, K-1 visas can be denied for failing to present requested documents, a divorce decree for example; incorrectly completing documents, or failing to provide adequate evidence of ability to financially support the fiancé(e). From a relationship… Read More