The G-4 visa is a nonimmigrant visa for employees and officers of international organizations recognized by the U.S. (such as the IMF, WHO, NATO, OAS, or the World Bank) and members of their immediate family. Certain G-4 visa holders may be eligible for adjustment of status if they meet the enumerated eligibility requirements.
Retired officers or employees of international organizations (and their spouses) are eligible for adjustment if:
Unmarried sons and daughters of current OR former employees of international organizations may also adjust if:
How we help: Our immigration attorneys work with eligible G-4 adjustment candidates to complete the required application forms and gather all necessary evidence to adjust status before USCIS. We also file the appropriate applications for work and travel authorization.
To speak with an immigration attorney about green cards for diplomats and their families contact Grossman Young & Hammond.