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K-2 Visa Holders
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The Legal Action Center's amicus brief for the Immigration Council and AILA, filed in In Re Ting Ting Chi, No. A96-533-521, argues that K-2 visa holders, the offspring of fiancé(e)s of U.S. citizens, may adjust even after turning 21 years of age as they are derivatives of non-citizen K-1 fiancé(e) parents. If you have a case that raises this issue, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- In Re Anchalee Satidkunakorn, Case No: A096-722-341 (BIA amicus filed)
- In Re Qiyu Zhang, Case No: A096-796-201 (BIA amicus filed)
- In Re Ting Ting Chi, Case No: A096-533-521 (BIA amicus filed)
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