P visas are temporary employment visas specifically for athletes, artists, and entertainers. The P-4 visa is for the spouse and unmarried minor children (under 21) of a P1, P2, or P3 visa holder (principal) who wishes the join the principal visa holder in the United States.
Like other “family” or “dependent” visas, the status of the P-4 visa holder is entirely dependent upon the status of the principal P visa holder. If the visa of the principal P visa holder expires, and the principal visa holder has to return to his or her home country, then so do his or her dependents that are here on P-4 visas.
A P-4 visa holder is not allowed to work while he or she is in the United States. However, P-4 visa holders are allowed to study full-time or part-time.
A P-4 visa holder can also travel in and out of the United States as long as his or her visa remains valid.
If you or a loved one needs help with a visa application, you should contact an attorney. An experienced immigration lawyer can tell you the requirements of a P-4 visa and can explain the process of obtaining any of the other visas, such as a visitor visa, that might be applicable to your situation.
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