Taiwanese Religious Worker Became Permanent Resident
Client: A Church in Willoughby Ohio (A Suburb of Cleveland, Ohio)
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Case Type: I-485 Application for Adjustment of Status (Based on Employment)
BACKGROUND: Our client, a church in Willoughby, Ohio, found the particular religious worker’ s performance satisfactory. It wished to retain the worker for long term services. Therefore, we were retained to secure for this worker’s permanent resident status (the certificate of which is commonly called “Green Card”). About the same time we filed immigration petition, we also filed the application for adjustment of status.
Date of Application: July 2, 2003
Date of Approval: September 29. 2003
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT prove that—
- The hiring organization would continue sponsor the beneficiary with further employment, and
- The beneficiary entered the U.S. with inspection, and
- The beneficiary had had no violations of status, and
- The beneficiary had no felony records.
IN LESS THAN THREE MONTHS, after the application, our client’s minister was clear to continue serving in the U.S.
CHALLENGE: During this part of the twenty-firs century, prior to a string of fraudulent applications from different faith traditions having been exposed, approval returned much faster. However, applications now receive more detailed reviews and require extensive evidence gathering. Please consider consulting a reliable lawyer before filing your own application. Cleveland immigration lawyer is ready to be at your service.
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