Dallas Immigration Attorney
About K-3 Visas and Married Spousal Relationship Visas in Dallas
When you are married to a U.S. Citizen, it is possible that your status can be adjusted quickly through a K-3 visa. The procedure in obtaining such a family visa is quite complex and requires the filing of several forms. Any error or omission on the form will cause problems and may result in a denial of the petition. Our legal team has extensive experience in all aspects of immigration law and can assist you in the process of getting your spouse the Legal Permanent Resident status needed. It is strongly advised that you contact a
Dallas immigration attorney from our firm in order to address the complex legal filings necessary in seeking permanent status for your spouse.
Do You Need a Visa for your Spouse in Dallas?
While your family based visa is in process, you are allowed to remain in the U.S.A. awaiting the results of your visa application and awaiting the adjustment of status for your spouse. During this time period, which varies, our legal team can apply for a work permit allowing your spouse to be employed while awaiting the adjustment of status. With assistance from our legal team at the firm, every effort will be made to expedite the process and resolve your immigration matter as swiftly as possible.
If there are children in the relationship that are not U.S. citizens, they can be included on the visa request with a separate form filed in order to have them legally residing in the U.S.A. There is a great deal of attention on legal immigration status in the country currently, and moving forward and getting the matter settled quickly is advisable, as laws can change quickly and become more difficult, restrictive or result in changes in an existing application. We take pride in our assistance to clients and their families in uniting them in the U.S.A. legally so that they can move forward with their lives in this country.
Contact a Dallas K-3 Visa Attorney
from the firm in order to resolve immigration matters related to a spouse who needs to immigrate to the U.S.A.