I am a green card holder. How I can bring my wife to U.S.A. Is K1 visa is applicable?
No you must be an U.S. Citizen to petition a K-1.
If you have already married her, she does not qualify as a K-1 but may qualify as a K-3. The information is on the same form.
No, you need to become a citizen first.
No, the K-1 visa is for the fiance of a US citizen, not the spouse of a permanent resident.
Your wife is not eligible for a K-3 Visa (K-1 is for fiances) as you are not a United States citizen. You may want to consider filing a Form N-400 if eligible.
K1 is for USC spouses. You can file an I-130 petition for your wife and she will be able to obtain the green card in about two-three years under current processing. If you become a USC first, then she can immediately file for the green card. If you were married before you got your green card, then she should be able to process right away under following to join laws.
You cannot file a K-1 visa on behalf of your wife. This petition is for a fianc of a United States citizen. You can file an immigrant visa petition on behalf of your wife. This will take approximately 2-3 years depending upon visa availability for her native country. This petition can be later upgraded to an immediate relative petition if you become a United States citizen.
K-1 visas are for fiances and your spouse will not qualify. Furthermore, you will need to be a U.S. citizen to bring her under the K-3 visas. You will need to petition an I-130 for her and await her priority date.
No, a K-1 visa will only permit a fianc(e) to come to the U.S. to be married to a U.S. citizen. You may, however, file a petition for alien relative for your wife and she will be permitted to emigrate to the U.S. at such time as an immigrant visa becomes available for her. In that regard, I suggest that you seek the assistance of an experienced immigration attorney if you desire that you wife join you in the U.S. at the earliest possible time.
No. You should file an I-130 and wait for a visa to become available or until you become a naturalized citizen.
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