Orlando K-4 Family-Based Visa Lawyer

Orlando K-4 Family-Based Visa Lawyer
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K-4 nonimmigrant visas are not as commonly used as they once were. However, there might still be some circumstances where they are the best option for you and your family. These family-based visas are meant to reduce the time your family is separated while waiting for the approval of other petitions.

An Orlando family immigration lawyer from Bogin, Munns & Munns will help you weigh your options to reunite your family as quickly as possible. Often, this includes filing petitions and gathering supporting documents for you. Contact us today for a free consultation.

Let Our Orlando Immigration Lawyer Assess Your Need for a K-4 Family-Based Visa

At Bogin, Munns & Munns, our Orlando immigration lawyers understand how difficult it is for your family to remain apart when one party is a U.S. citizen, and their spouse and children are waiting for approval to move to the United States. This is why lawmakers created the K-3 and K-4 nonimmigrant visas. 

The K-3 is for the spouse of a U.S. citizen who has applied for an immigrant visa. The K-4 is for any unmarried children of a K-3 visa holder.  

According to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the K-3 nonimmigrant visa and K-4 nonimmigrant visa prevent a long-term separation of the family because of the lag in processing Form I-130 for foreign spouses of citizens. However, since the creation of these new visas, the time required to process a Form I-130 has been greatly reduced, so K-3 and K-4 visas are rarely issued today. 

Do I Need a K-4 Family-Based Visa? 

When necessary, a K-4 family-based visa might be possible for: 

  • The child of a K-3 visa applicant; and,
  • Is under 21; and,
  • Who is unmarried. 

A good way to learn if your children need to apply for a K-4 nonimmigrant visa or if there are better options is to speak with our team in Orlando. We can assess your case and determine if petitioning for a K-4 family-based visa is necessary in your case. We can file any necessary petitions on your behalf and help with any issues you encounter. 

To consult with an experienced k-4 family-based visa lawyer serving Orlando, call 855-780-9986

How Our Orlando K-4 Family-Based Visa Attorneys Handle Your Petition

At Bogin, Munns & Munns, our attorneys strive to help families move to the United States. This includes getting legal status, approval to work, and even petitioning for naturalization (if this is something you want to do). 

When clients come to us to discuss K-3 and K-4 nonimmigrant visas, we are often able to tell them that the processing time is very reasonable, and they could remain together with their family without worrying about a K-3 or K-4 petition. However, we know there are some circumstances when these visas are still necessary. 

Trust Our Team to Navigate the Immigration Process 

Regardless of your needs, you can count on us to navigate the process for you. We will discuss your steps, answer your questions, work with you to gather documentation, and complete and file all necessary paperwork. You can also count on our team to: 

  • Work with any sponsors involved, such as a family member or employer
  • Provide regular updates on the status of your petition
  • Figure out any issues with the application or requests for additional information
  • Determine your next steps after your petition is approved

Our full-service law firm operates more than a dozen offices across Florida to best serve our clients. A team member from our Orlando office will be glad to discuss how we can help you and answer your questions about our fees and services today. As noted, we provide free initial consultations.

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How Our Orlando K-4 Family-Based Visa Lawyer Can Help Your Family

As Orlando immigration lawyers, we understand how difficult it can be to get approval and move your family to another country. We know the possibility of a long separation can make this process especially difficult. We also know how the K-3 and K-4 nonimmigrant visas work, how to determine the possible processing time for your immigrant visa, and whether that makes applying for a K-4 family-based visa necessary.  

We want to help you move your family to the United States temporarily or permanently through a family-based visa program. Under some circumstances, we could reunite your family and ensure you remain together during the months it takes to process an immigrant visa. 

Since 1979, our immigration law team has represented clients who are petitioning for visas, permanent resident status, or citizenship. We bring our decades of experience to your legal fight. 

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Types of Cases Our Orlando Immigration Lawyers Handle

How an immigration lawyer helps with your case will depend greatly on your circumstances and needs. We handle some petitions from start to finish. Others, we step in after there is a problem or denial. We also represent clients in deportation cases and after they are accused of illegal reentry. If this happens to you or a loved one, call us quickly, and let us fight for your family’s best interests. 

In general, we can petition for both family-based immigrant visas and nonimmigrant visas, such as the K-4 visa. We also help clients file work-based visas for their employees. If you are an asylum seeker or refugee, we can help. Permanent residency and naturalization are also options for many of our clients. 

Let our team review your circumstances and offer advice and guidance about the best way to reunite your family and keep you together throughout this process. Connect with us today to get started. 

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Discuss Your K-4 Family-Based Visa Petition With Our Orlando Team

At Bogin, Munns & Munns, our Orlando immigration team will assess your needs today for free. We provide free consultations so you can learn more about how an Orlando K-4 family-based visa lawyer can help your family meet their goals. We are here for you during this stressful and frustrating time. 

Contact us today to learn more.

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