A K-3 Visa allows a spouse of a U.S. citizen to come to the U.S. while an immigrant visa petition is pending. A child of the spouse of a U.S. citizen can be issued a K-4 nonimmigrant visa. Both the K-3 and the K-4 visas allow spouse and child to stay in the US while an immigrant visa petition is pending. Before a K-4 visa can be issued to a child, the parent must have a K-3 visa or be in K-3 status.
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