Spouses and children (minors) may accompany holders of P-1A visas, P-1B visas, P-2 visas or P-3 visas through the P-4 visa. Those who acquire a P-4 visa may reside in the United States for as long as the P-1A, P-1B, P-2 or P-3 visa holder remains under legal status.
A holder of a P-4 visa may not be employed within the United States unless the holder applies and obtains an employment visa. P-4 visa holders may participate in full time or part-time academic studies while residing in the United States.
P-4 Visa Classification
Prospective P-4 visa applicants fall under the same classification as their P visa beneficiary, which mirrors the same limitations and length of stay.
Speak To An Experienced Immigration Attorney
For spouses and children of P-1A, P-1B, P-2 or P-3 visa holders who wish to apply for a P-4 visa should seek legal counsel from an experienced immigration attorney to review their qualifications and their beneficiary’s status prior to the application process. For more information, please give the Law Offices of Kermit A. Monge, PLLC at 703.273.5500 or request a consultation online.