Can my Fiancé’s Child Come to the US with My Fiancé?

Can my Fiancé’s Child Come to the US with My Fiancé?

If your fiancé has children, you can apply for their children additionally, which is called a K-2 visa. Again, they have to be under the age of 21 and they are not allowed to be married. If they are, they will be on the same petition as your spouse. They will be able to enter the United States on their K-2 visa, and if you marry your fiancé, you can apply for their permanent resident status as well. When you are filling out your I-129F fiancé petition, you should include the names of the children of your fiancé along with the other required information on that form.

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