Fast H-4 Approval for Spouse of H-1B Visa Holder
Our New York immigration law firm received an H-4 change of status approval. The H-4 change of status application was approved in just 8 days. Our immigration lawyer New York team strategically filed the H-4 application together with the H-1B premium processing petition predicting that USCIS would adjudicate the H-4 application together with the H-1B premium processing petition, which must be adjudicated within 15 calendar days. We are very happy for our client and wish him well on his journey in the United States.
You can find more information about the H-4 visa, the employment-based immigration USA process, and about our immigration lawyer New York services in our article describing the H-4 visa category.
What is an H-4 visa?
The H-4 visa is granted to dependents, such as spouses and children under the age of 21, of H visa holders. An H-4 visa allows the dependent family member to accompany an H visa applicant to the United States. H visa holders whose dependent family members can apply for an H-4 visa include: H-1B, H-2A, H-2B, and H-3 visa holders.
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