21. Can I bring my dependant child to the U.S. if I am on K-3 marriage visa?
Yes, your child may accompany you to the U.S. on K-4 visa provided your child is:
- Less than 21 years old
- Seeking to immigrate to the U.S.
22. Can I apply for adjustment of status while on K3 marriage visa?
23. What happens if I have accrued unlawful presence in the U.S. before applying for a K-3 visa?
You would be subject to the three year bar if you have accrued more than 180 days, or a ten-year bar if you have accrued one year or more of unlawful presence in the U.S. However, you may apply for a waiver.
24. Where do I apply for K-3 visa when the American Consulate in the country where my marriage took place does not issue visas?
You may apply for K-3 visa at the consular post designated to handle “homeless” immigrant visa cases for nationals of that country.
Note: If your marriage occurred outside the U.S. your K-3 visa must be issued by the American consulate in the country where the marriage occurred
25. Can I change status from K-3 to another nonimmigrant visa status in the U.S.?
No, you may not apply for change of status from K-3 status to another nonimmigrant status, in the U.S.