This week, we answered frequently asked questions about the P-4 visa—the visa designated for use by the dependents of other P visa holders. Now, we will take a closer look at who qualifies for a P-4 visa and what the application process looks like.
Who qualifies for a P-4 visa?
Two different groups of people qualify for the P-4 visa for dependents: the spouse of a P visa holder and the unmarried children of a P visa holder (as long as they are under the age of 21). No other relatives can travel, live, or accompany the visa holder to the United State legally under a P-4 visa, including parents, grandparents, brothers, or sisters.
What are the application requirements of the P-4 visa?
When applying for a P-4 visa, you will need to provide:
- A copy of your marriage certificate or other proof of marriage.
- A copy of your children’s birth certificates.
- A valid passport that does not expire in the next six months.
- A headshot picture with a plain background.
- A non-immigration visa application (Form DS-156).
- A copy of your spouse or parent’s Notice of Action (Form I-797)
- Proof that your spouse or parent holds a valid P visa.
San Francisco visa attorneys
At the Law Offices of Vaughan de Kirby, we are committed to helping foreign workers and their families secure the visa that is right for their lives, their hopes, and their careers. If you have a question about the P visa process or the process of securing P-4 visas for your dependent spouse and children, call our California visa attorneys today to schedule a complimentary, confidential meeting: 415-221-2345.