Family Preference Immigrant Visas

US citizens may access family preference immigrant visas that are reserved for the non-immediate members of their family. A US citizen’s children (even married ones) of any age, their siblings or any unmarried children below the age of 21 qualify for the family preference immigrant visas. The F-1 visa for unmarried children, its F-3 counterpart visa for married children as well as the F-4 visas for unmarried children, are some examples of the family preference immigrant visa.

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