Permanent Resident Status for Taiwanese Minister
Client: A Church in Columbia, Maryland (A Suburb of Baltimore)
Beneficiary’s Nationality: Taiwan
Location: Columbia, Maryland
Case Type: I-485 Application of Adjustment of Status Based on Employment
BACKGROUND: A church in near Baltimore, Maryland, retained us to secure a capable minister’s permanent resident status for long-term service. We thus filed a I-485 based on employment to achieve our client’s objective.
Date of Application: August 6, 2010
Date of Approval: November 22, 2010
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.
THREE MONTHS LATER, our client’s minister received permanent resident status and was clear to serve for the long-run.
CHALLENGE: The I-485, application package for adjustment of status (often referred to as Green Card application or Permanent Residence Application), is tedious. Such a package requires detailed proof for each and every listed criterion. After all, adjustment of status, from temporary to permanent, is a matter of great gravity. Thus, please consider acquiring professional and legal assistance, should your employee meet the criteria for adjustment to permanent resident status.
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