The solution is not so obvious. We have listed below some of the possibilities:
1. A Student Visa (F1 or M1 Visa)
Those who are or planning to be in college (or school), can possibly file for the F1 or M student visas. This visa allows the sons and daughters of H1B holders and others to actually continue their education and not be separated from their family. However, the student needs to be accepted and ultimately be admitted in school.
2. The J1 Visa
This visa is quite interesting however, it can actually become an issue when it is time to do change of status to another visa. The J1 visa allows certain individuals to actually work but might be subject to the two years residency. Ultimately, waiving this residency requirement might be difficult. Therefore this is usually not really a "first choice" option.
3. H1B Visa
The H1B visa is a good option for many provided they meet the requirements and actually make it to the lottery. There are of course other employment visas which need to be assessed by a good lawyer. You can call (510) 7425887, if you need help.
4. Family Petitions
Many might have other family petitions pending such as marriage petitions or adoptions. For example if there is a marriage to a US citizen. We recommend that you talk to a lawyer to assess. Call (510) 742 5887.
5. Investor Visas
While EB categories are based on country of birth, some might still have the citizenship of other countries such as Canada, Australia and so on. In such cases you might want to look into E1 or E2 visas. Also you might want to look into EB5 visas. In fact, investor visas can actually be helpful to all.
6. Humanitarian Visas
Humanitarian visas are those granted because it will be unfair for the individual to be sent to their home country. Such visas are U visas, VAWA cases, Asylum, etc. We highly recommend speaking to a lawyer familiar with such cases before you try to apply any of such visas.
We have tried to quickly assess the problems of the H4 visa children and some of the solutions. Unfortunately there might be situations where the child has no choice than to leave and come back to the United States. It is important that before the H4 Visa holder is sent back that a good lawyer assesses the case. You can call the Shah Peerally Law Group PC at 510 7425887 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for help. The law firm fought for the rights of the H4 visa holders and is willing to help their children.