What happens when a F43 visa holder comes to the U.S. without being accompanied by a F41 visa holder?
Question Details: Is there any way around it if the primary holder was not able to board the plane with his children due to unforeseen circumstances?
- Auto Accidents
- Child Custody, Support, Adoption
- Collections and Debt
- Consumer and Lemon Law
- Criminal Defense
- DUI / DWI
- Divorce, Marriage, Alimony
If the children still have their visas and the visas are valid, the children can travel to the US with their valid visas. If the children are not able to travel to the US alone, then the primary visa holder can go back and return to the US with the children. If the primary visa holder has already entered the US, then he/she is a green card holder so he/she would not need a visa to travel internationally again but would be able to return to the US with the temporary stamp in the passport or the actual green card which should have arrived about 3 weeks after entry to the US.