A Church in Columbus Received Approval of Status
Client: A Church in Columbus, Ohio
Location: Columbus, Ohio
Case Type: I-129 Petition for a Nonimmigrant Worker (Under R Category for Religious Workers visa or status, with R supplement)
BACKGROUND: A church in columbus of a newer Christian denomination wished to hire a competent media records manager from Taiwan. It retained us to secure a status, eligible for authorization to work (able to get work permit), for that Taiwanese manager. We therefore filed form I-129 with R supplement to help this client secure this manager.
Date of Application: July 14, 2006
Date of Approval: May 24, 2007
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT collect sufficient evidence and prove that the full time worker:
- Had had two years of membership in the denomination, and
- Was hired by a registered church or bona fide religious organization, and
- The church has ability to adequately compensate the full-time worker, AND
- The full-time worker was invited to the U.S. solely for fulfilling religious occupation.
A LITTLE AFTER TEN MONTHS, our client’s choice worker was clear to serve in the U.S.
CHALLENGE: Religious worker status or visa may appear straightforward, but the application has become more complicated. Due to a string fraudulent cases, the reviewers take more time to grant approvals. Please consult a trustworthy attorney prior to starting your application. Columbus immigration lawyer is ready to be at your service.
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