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A K-3 visa facilitates a more expedient reunion between a U.S. citizen residing in the U.S. and their foreign spouse residing abroad than the consular process for a foreign spouse waiting to immigrate to the U.S. To apply for a K-3 or K-4 visa at a U.S. embassy or consulate abroad, the applicant needs to get pre-approval from the USCIS. Z&A offers the following services related to help the U.S. citizen spouse, also known as a petitioner, determine if they have a viable petition.
Our attorneys first evaluate the potential K-3 and K-4 visa applications via email, fax or phone consultation. After evaluation, if the case is feasible, we will accept it. If not, we will suggest an alternative course of action or other options that may be beneficial.
Once we are retained, our experienced attorneys work to distil the legal issues in preparing your application. Moreover, we will review and organize the necessary application materials and are responsible for their presentation to USCIS. Our attorneys will complete the application forms required by the USCIS, draft the petition letter (if applicable), submit a complete set of application materials to the proper USCIS office, maintain communication with USCIS, and keep the client apprised of the status of their pending case. As soon as USCIS makes their decision regarding the case, we inform the client as soon as possible.
For more detailed information on K-3/K-4, including minimum requirements and USCIS policies, please click on the relevant links on this page: